Orientation

My integrative training means that I have studied various approaches and have developed my own orientation drawing on theoretical knowledge, my clinical work and personal life experiences. I therefore offer a wide range of interventions within a framework that prioritises the relationship between the client and the therapist.

My theoretical orientation draws from neuroscience, attachment, psychodynamic and humanistic theories such as Transactional Analysis and Gestalt. I place a strong emphasis on the essence of the therapeutic relationship and use Clarkson’s relational framework to think about the multifaceted aspect of the dynamics enacted in therapy. I attend professional development courses to update my practice to integrate useful evidence based concepts to offer best practice.