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I offer confidential therapy to individual adults. I work with clients from many diverse walks of life, cultures, genders and sexual orientations from a sex-positive standpoint. I am committed to working in an inclusive way that both accounts for and values diversity.
Before training in counselling, I was a Lecturer in Music for many years (University of Edinburgh) and have found my experience in Music to have a great deal of relevance to counselling, as much of music making is about listening and about finding resonance with other people, becoming attuned to them.
In my approach to counselling, I aim to create a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space in which we can work co-operatively to explore and create meaning together from the issues you bring to therapy. Through our dialogue and the co-creation of new, therapeutically potent narratives, we can begin to recognise new, emerging possibilities and the potential for genuine and sometimes profound change.
Therapy, for me, is something we do together in the present—a partnership—something for which we have a shared responsibility. Although therapy is not magic, in my experience it can often be deeply transformative.
I work relationally, with an emphasis on attunement, acceptance and empathy.
What I can help with:
Anxiety, Depression, relationship difficulties, work-related issues, anger, self-criticism, lack of self-belief, change, trauma
TA area of specialisation:
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