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I work as an integrative therapist, meaning I apply a depth understanding of a number of approaches to thinking about human relationships and psychology. In theoretical terms, my work is chiefly guided by humanistic thinking, particularly Gestalt psychotherapy, and by attachment theory.  Primarily I am a relational therapist: I believe that we learn who we are and how we engage with others in our early relationships, and that through novel relationships - with a therapist for example - we can change unhelpful learned patterns and find a new way for ourselves.  My supervisor training was completed with Relational Change.

I have particular clinical and personal interests in death, dying and bereavement, and relational trauma/complex PTSD.  I work in private practice, where I see clients for long and short-term work.  I previously also co-managed a community counselling service in Cambridge, providing short-term NHS-funded counselling in GP surgeries and community settings.

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I'm really interested in working with other "people professionals," not only counsellors/ psychotherapists.  I support coaches, case workers, social workers, medical professionals, clergy and teachers to reflect on their work with other people.  I'm happy to offer reduced fees for trainees and volunteers.

I offer supervision face-to-face in St Margaret's Hope, Orkney or by video conferencing.  My working hours are flexible Monday-Thursday between 10.00am and 8.00pm, other times possible by arrangement.

Why Counselling?: Service
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