Below are some questions people frequently ask me.

How do I find a good counsellor?

When searching for a counsellor, people want to know how to find a good one. Ultimately, qualifications and work experience may not be enough.  Research in counselling and psychotherapy shows consistently that the quality of the relationship between client and therapist is the key factor in clients achieving successful outcomes in therapy.  What this means is, you may find a counsellor who can tick all your boxes on paper – qualifications, experience, gender, age, philosophy etc. etc.  In the end though, for the therapy to work you need to have a good feeling about your relationship with them.

In order to find the right therapist therefore the best question to ask yourself when you are shopping around is – “do I feel good about this connection? Deep down, on an emotional level, do I feel like this person can help me?” If the answer you have to these question, on a gut level is “no”, then you should keep looking.

Because I’m aware of this factor, I offer all prospective clients a free 10 minute discussion over the phone to get some sense of their issue and whether or not we are a good fit for each other.

Interested?  Get in touch now via the contact page by clicking here.

Who are your clients?

What kind of people come to see me for assistance?  Individuals and/or couples may be trying to find a way through a wide variety of issues, including but not limited to:

how to stop worrying and enjoy life | feeling grounded and connected | connecting to and living one’s highest purpose | creating a loving and intimate relationship | processing grief & trauma | letting go of pain, grief and enjoying life again | living a dream life

Is Your Work Insured?

I follow an ethical code of conduct to serve the highest good of my clients.  All the client work I do is fully insured.  This way my clients can rest easy knowing they are in safe hands. 

What Is Your Therapeutic Approach?

I find out what unconscious map my client has for change, then allow this to guide my methods. 

This can include techniques from a broad range of therapeutic tools I have been trained in, including but not limited to: transpersonal therapy, psychodynamic approaches, emotion focused therapy, Jungian dreamwork, art therapy, gestalt, mindfulness, solution focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, ritual and alchemy.  I focus on assisting my clients to find their own centre of wisdom and balance in life so they can leave my service being independent, whole and connected.