This bespoke service is tailored entirely to your individual needs and hopes. The frequency and length of sessions, and the duration of therapy is designed around what works best for you.
Whatever your struggle, as we work together, I will gently guide you back to your own wise guide to navigate life’s twists and turns.
Therapy is a bit like me holding up a mirror which reflects back the magic you have inside. When we are struggling, our minds often fix on negative, unhelpful beliefs and we stop connecting to our wise guide.
Coming to therapy can feel daunting. With this in mind, I aim to create a space which feels safe, welcoming, and open. We will begin by getting to know each other a little and exploring your challenges and the hopes you hold for your time in therapy.
Throughout therapy we will review regularly to make sure you continue to have your hopes met and to shine a light on the progress you are making.
As your relationship with your thoughts begins to change and you connect more deeply to your inner guide, you will naturally know when the time is right for you to adapt and adjust your sessions and to think about moving beyond therapy.
Ending therapy can also feel like a challenging process for some. The process of ending therapy will always be guided by your needs and will be an opportunity to share your hopes and aspirations for life beyond our work together. You are at the centre of everything we do.
This process can help any difficulty you might be experiencing, whether that be eating and weight difficulties, depression, anxiety, trauma related difficulties, confidence and self-esteem issues, and the stresses we experience through life.
Nothing is too great to move beyond. As we work together to guide to back to your wise inner guide and past the limitations of your habitual thoughts, you will start to see that the possibilities for joy, peace and contentment are always within you.
Working on Zoom
Zoom has become central to many of our lives in recent years and can be seen as impersonal and ‘not as good’ as being in a room with someone. I can absolutely understand this perspective, however I have found zoom to be hugely beneficial from a therapy perspective.
We strive always to create an equal, mutual relationship in therapy, yet there are some elements of therapy that just don’t seem to lend themselves to equality. With zoom, you are in your safe space, wherever you want that to be, you can wear your comfiest clothes, have a cuppa beside you and generally be able to make yourself as comfortable as possible for the session.
You don’t have to travel; you just switch on and arrive. We still get all the benefits of connection – we can see each other’s faces and expressions, pick up on emotions and be together in a space, even when we are in separate places.