I believe life has a habit of bringing dilemmas, difficulties and struggles within our path. It is just human to respond with hurt, shame, anxiety or by feeling lost, stuck and depressed.
For the last couple of years, I have worked with passion to support people facing similar issues across a variety of settings, including the NHS, the voluntary sector and private practice.
My approach is to assist my clients with the inevitable challenges that life brings to them in a more authentic and constructive manner. Within therapy, you can find out how you can make more satisfying and willful decisions about how to live.
The ultimate goal is to help you create a more meaningful life for yourself and to discover better ways to relate to yourself and others, despite any shortcoming and difficulty.
Areas of expertise
As an existential therapist, I encounter a diversity of experiences along with a myriad of difficulties and challenges. For your guidance, I made a list of the most common areas I have worked successfully in the past.
Therapy can be helpful to explore the cause of your feelings and to help you develop better ways to respond to them.
Therapy can offer a safe place where you can navigate through your experiences and your feelings.
Therapy can help you put your feelings into perspective by exploring and working out ways in which to improve your well-being.
Therapy can offer a safe, non-judgemental and open place for you to explore your thoughts and feelings about your identity.
Here, you will be listened without any judgement and guided to use your own strengths and abilities to solve your dilemmas.
Exploring your relationships in therapy can help you see things more clearly thus becoming aware of unhelpful patterns.