WHAT IS PSYCHOTHERAPY?
It’s a place to explore your thoughts, feelings, and to notice what comes up when you do. I believe that anyone can benefit from becoming more aware of how they see the world, themselves and why: to me this is at the very core of psychotherapy. Through this process of awareness, you can understand yourself better and help make sense of things that feel difficult, unresolved or stuck. When we can accept and understand what we feel, we can be more compassionate in how we are with ourselves and others; we can grow.
There are many different types of psychotherapy and talking therapies available, and it can all feel a bit overwhelming. In my experience, finding a therapist you can feel open with and supported by, is one of the most fundamental parts of therapy.
I offer a confidential space where you can be deeply listened to and where, together, we can make sense of whatever it is you are experiencing.
My approach is to help you appreciate and accept who you are, offer support to face things that are feared or difficult; allowing for a more workable and joyful life.
I'm a UKCP registered psychotherapist in training, studying for an MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at BCPC, offering individual therapy for adults from my private practice in the centre of Bristol.
I offer weekly 50-minute sessions, face-to-face, and my fee is £30 per session
I receive regular supervision and work in accordance with the ethical guidelines set out by the UK Council of Psychotherapy and Bath Centre of Psychotherapy and Counselling, where I am undertaking my training.