A choice of therapy
Does therapy work?
Although there is evidence that cognitive-behavioural therapy is particularly effective for anxiety and depression, whilst psychodynamic therapy is more suitable for relationship and emotional difficulties, complex problems often require a mixture of different approaches.
Therapy tailored to your needs
If you have a number of difficulties you might find that a mixture of both psychoanalytic and cognitive-behaviour and person-centred therapy, is more useful rather than one specific type of therapy. Therapy which combines a range of therapeutic approaches is generally referred to as integrative therapy.
I offer you the highest professional standards of care, by following the ethical practice guidelines set out by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), The British Psychological Society (BPS), and the Institute for Learning (IFL). I also continue to enhance my professional practice through regular supervision, and continuing personal development by attending workshops and conferences on current thinking and practice in psychotherapy, counselling and coaching. I am also committed to high standards of professional development, and through out my professional career I have engaged with personal therapy in pursuit of my own personal development.