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As an Integrative Therapist, I use a variety of therapeutic counselling and coaching approaches to meet the needs of my clients. These approaches are:

  • Person Centred Approach (PCA)
    This approach is based on the belief that we each have a tendency to want to become the best we can be and reach our full potential. The relationship between the client and the therapist is significant to the process and the 'growth' of the client as they feel understood, accepted and respected.
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
    CBT is goal orientated. The client and therapist work actively together, in a structured manner, to help the client overcome difficulties by challenging unhelpful cognitive distortions and behaviours, and work towards specific goals. Homework may be included.
  • Transactional Analysis (TA)
    TA is a theory of personality and relationships. It looks into what goes on between people, how they interact and communicate. It explores how the client thinks and feels, in order to help them make informed decisions and considered changes to the dynamics between themselves and others.
  • Systemic Therapy
    Systemic Therapy looks into the relationships of a group - this may be a couple, a family, colleagues within an organisation or a sports team - with the aim of identifying long established patterns of dialogue and behaviours within the workings of the group members. Once these patterns are identified and understood, work can begin to help repair ruptures, improve communication, solve problems and build stronger relationships.
  • Therapeutic Coaching
    Therapeutic Coaching uses a combination of advanced counselling, CBT and solution focus to enable the client to become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, behaviours and inner resource. It concentrates on the present and future in order to identify goals, consider obstacles, activate positive decision making and implement rehearsal techniques to achieve required outcomes.
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
    SFBT encourages the client to think about times when they have successfully managed and resolved similar problems and ways to apply these methods in the future.
  • Psychodynamic Therapy
    Psychodynamic therapy can allow a client to understand how their current thoughts, feelings and behaviours are influenced by their past experiences and unconscious mindset. This can sometimes be considered as the model which helps a client to discover the root of their struggles and understand their existing behaviours and thought patterns.
  • Trauma-Informed Practice
    This approach is based on understanding how trauma can impact an individual’s development, self-esteem, view of the world and their relationships. Trauma-Informed practice emphasises the importance of providing a survivor of trauma with a safe environment and trusted support, that is sensitive to their needs, empathetic to their experience, respectful and valuing of their thoughts and feelings.
  • Mindfulness & Somatic Awareness
    Using Mindfulness practices such as meditation, grounding techniques and breath work, can provide a client with a way to increase somatic awareness, gain a clearer sense of their physical self in the present moment and enhance mind-body integration.


More Information

Integrative Therapist & Clinical Supervisor

BACP Accredited & NCPS Senior Accredited

Specialising in supporting women to navigate through challenging life changes & transitions. Primarily working remotely by zoom online video and telephone calls, with some limited face to face availability, located in Milton Keynes.

For more information or to book a consultation, please make contact:
07399 934 950

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