Psychotherapy and Counselling Surrey

Are you feeling hopeless and helpless to make a change?  Perhaps you are not getting enjoyment from life, or feel you are at a crossroads with an impossible decision to make? 

There are many reasons why people seek therapeutic help. This can be about having someone to talk to who can help with making sense of what isn’t working in your life. With a different perspective, you may better understand the alternatives open to you.

I offer a creative approach, although using arts is always entirely optional. Sometimes just talking can lead to repeating the same well-worn path. This is where imagination can open up new possibilities. Find out more about me, or about how psychotherapy can help.

I am a UKCP Registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist and Child Psychotherapist with many years experience. I also offer clinical supervision. 

Counselling and psychotherapy help for depression, relationship difficulties, confidence building and life direction. 

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Psychotherapy offers a safe, caring, supportive and confidential space to talk openly about difficulties, and explore how past experiences may be impacting on your life.

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Outdoor Therapy

Outdoor Therapy

I work with metaphor and symbol to link to each person's unconscious process. Some of the first 'art' we made was created through exploratory play in the natural world. 

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Public Speaking

Public Keynote Speaker

I am an experienced Public Keynote Speaker providing thought provoking insight. I am available to speak at conferences on issues relating to mental wellbeing. 

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Youth Workshops

An area of interest is the impact on young people of growing up in the digital age. I run workshops in secondary schools looking at emotional awareness in relationships.

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