Qualifications

BA (Hons) Integrative Counselling (University of Greenwich)

MTheol Master of Theology (University Of St. Andrews)

FdA Integrative Humanistic Counselling (University of Greenwich)

Levels 1,2,3 Counselling Theory and Practice (Guildford College)

Marriage and Family Therapy (Centre for Systemic Constellations)

Applied Training in Systemic Family Constellations (Centre for Systemic Constellations)

Foundation in Systemic Family Constellations (Centre for Systemic Constellations)

Neuro Linguistic Programming, Master Practitioner (The Quest Institute)

Cognitive Hypnotherapist, Master Practitioner (The Quest Institute)

Hypnotherapy Practitioners Diploma (The Quest Institute) 

Energy Healing Parts 1 and 2 (The Healing Trust)

Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP)

Member of the National Council of Hypnotherapists (NCH)

Treasurer and Commitee Member of the Surrey Counselling and Psychotherapy Initiative (SCPI)

Member of the international team for the Sacred Attention Therapy (SAT) project 

Therapeutic models studied include:

  • Gestalt (Individuals and Couples)

  • Cognitive Hypnotherapy (Master Practitioner)

  • Neuro Linguistic Programming (Master Practitioner)

  • Family Constellations

  • Systems Theory

  • Sacred Attention Therapy

  • Existential

  • Person Centred

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

  • Mindfulness

  • Psychodynamic

  • Jungian analysis

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

  • Transactional Analysis

  • Positive Psychology

  • Attachment Theory (and the Neurobiology of attachment)

  • Integral Eye Movement Therapy

  • Time Line Therapy

  • Past and Interlife Regression

  • Transpersonal

  • Inner Child work

  • Psychosynthesis

  • Emotionally focused couples therapy

My natural curiosity has led me to study a diverse range of therapeutic models, philosophies and spiritual practices, something I continue to explore and integrate into my practice and life.

I have an enhanced CRB check and am fully insured.

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