MY APPROACH TO THERAPY
My training as an integrative counsellor/psychotherapist helps me to adapt my approach to meet your unique needs rather than using a one suits all approach to help you, regardless of your circumstances and difficulties.
This means I can use different approaches from different school of thoughts such as Person-centred, Psychodynamic, CBT( Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) or Systemic approach to help you deal with whatever concern you may be experiencing. We may focus on your current circumstance with a goal of finding ways to move forward or we may explore how past experiences, events and relationship with significant others have led to your present situation. The main aim is to help you gain a deeper awareness and insight of your present situation and how it has developed. My goal when working with you is, to support you through your process and guide you to reconnect with your true self.
I work with individual, couples, children and families. Often talking about what is worrying you is one of the best way toward resolution. Psychotherapy may involve exploring links with the past and present in order to help facilitate a more empowered choice towards the future
MY AREAS OF WORK INCLUDE, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:
- Relationship issue
- Divorce or planning to divorce
- Unresolved issues from past experiences
- Eating disorder
- Discontentment with work or home life.
My approach to supervision is based on a combination of the Proctor (1986) model and Sohet (1989) model. I value the supportive, educative and monitoring functions of these models as important and believe these form an integral part of supervision contracts. While the educative function enhances the work with the supervisee’s client through the supervisee’s professional development.
I believe that good supervision is not just a professional requirement for counsellors and Psychotherapist, but it is also a real learning process for both therapist and supervisors alike.
I seek to help you the supervisee to maintain Ethical behaviour and boundaries within the BACP guidelines and explore ethical dilemmas as they arise.
I welcome working with Trainee Counsellors, qualified Counsellor, and Psychotherapists.