People come to therapy for a variety of reasons: Some, because they feel anxiety or panic or because they feel depressed or find that they are having difficulties in forming or maintaining nourishing relationships. Other clients want to come to terms with loss/bereavement or are seeking to find meanings or have more fulfillment in their lives.
I work in a way that is Process focused (Gestalt), Relational, and integrating body-mind, mindfulness (Hakomi). I find the lens of our early attachment experience a very helpful one in understanding ourselves and how we relate and find one of my trainings (Theory of Attachment based Exploratory Interest Sharing) to be both insightful and hopeful. I have a particular interest in offering support to parents and in fostering and adoption. My practice is informed by research from neuro-science and compassionate self-awareness/mindfulness.