img_4312I trained as a Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapist and spent my early years working in a mental heath centre, from there I proceeded to work asan addiction therapist in a treatment centre where I was involved  with  clients, groups and training. It was a combination of working with mental health issues such as Bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic attacks, social phobia, generalized anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, grief/loss, traumatic experiences etc… I became aware that people seeking therapy often seemed to disconnect their mental health issues/addictions from their physical sensations and patterns.



I started searching for answers, this led me to train as an Advanced Practitioner in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) a body-centred psychotherapy for Trauma and Developmental Trauma (childhood attachment wounds). I find SP a very gentle non – invasive way of working that makes it possible for clients to discover the habitual and automatic attitudes, both physical and psychological, by which they generate their patterns of experience.