Approach and Philosophy
As a counsellor and psychotherapist I use psychodynamic, integrative and transpersonal (Spiritual) techniques with my clients. I also use cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) whenever it is appropriate. I often use mindfulness in my approach and I also keep in mind the wider philosophical approach of Advaita.
Within my Spiritual techniques I use concepts of living in the present moment, stilling the mind, meditation and using the mind as a tool not as an identity.
My approach has been developed through my 45 year journey of self discovery, where I have studied practical philosophy and sought answers within.
I run many groups based around the subjects of “The Present Moment,” “Still Mind” and “Being”
Areas of counselling and psychotherapy I am particularly experienced with include:
Stress, Grief and Anxiety
Panic attacks and OCD
Depression and feeling sad and low
Couples and Relationship issues
Addiction or eating disorders
Bereavement and loss
Therapy sessions are a place to take some time-out, to explore your thoughts and feelings and to get back your peace of mind again.