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My initial training was in Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counselling: a post-graduate diploma taught at Masters level at the University of Brighton. The emphasis of this training was relational and rooted in humanistic philosophy, while taking into account developmental perspectives and the way in which we are shaped from our early life. This has in turn shaped how I perceive the work of psychotherapy: I aim to be with you and the whole of your experience, acknowledging the here-and-now as much as the past.

Since this training I've broadened my approach through various experiential groups and trainings. These have and continue to influence and expand the way I practice, including a year's training at the Philadelphia Association on Community and Psychotherapy, Authentic Movement at the Karuna Institute in Devon, Brainspotting, and finally gaining an Advanced Diploma across three years in Embodied Relational Therapy - which is a relational body psychotherapy that acknowledges the great importance our bodily experience has in healing.

I am a registered member of the BACP and abide by their code of ethics, as well as a member of the ERTA and the Southern Association for Psychotherapy and Counselling (SAFPAC) - a psychotherapy training and community developing practice through humanistic, existential and psychoanalytic ideas, as well as the arts and humanities.

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