WELCOME TO MY WEBSITE
You may have found your way here because you are maybe going through difficult personal or relationship issues. You may be struggling to cope with some major trauma or life change. You may be experiencing distressing feelings anxiety about something in your life. You may be feeling vulnerable and have lost your sense of self-worth and confidence.
THE UNIQUENESS OF EACH OF US - THE PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH
My practice is founded on the principles and values of the person-centred approach. The person-centred approach is based on the belief that we are all motivated by an innate tendency to become all we can, and achieve all we can, within the circumstances of our lives.
We may not always be how we would wish to be, or to achieve what we want for ourselves or in our relationships.. We can get live our lives more how we think we have to be and how we will be best loved and liked by others. We can feel a loss of self worth and confidence and experience much anxiety and vulnerability when our lives are restricted in this way. All sorts of problems may develop for us personally and in our relationships.
As a person-centred therapist I seek to create a therapeutic relationship in which my client can experience the kind of genuine acceptance and empathy that that will help them develop self worth and confidence, and reduce the anxiety and vulnerability they may be experiencing. I trust my client has the knowing and the resources within them to be more how they would wish to be in all areas of their lives.
I fully involve myself in my client's experiences and troubles and work with them to find ways to make their lives better and to release more of their potential to live in a more satisfying and fulfilling way.
I have been a counsellor for more than 25 years working with individuals, couples and groups. In this time I have worked with a wide range of issues and problems including:
I am a United Kingdom Registered Counsellor (UKRC) and an accredited member (MBACP) of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
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