“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle” – Plato
“Mindfully counting your blessings is like watering seeds in your heart” -Jon Kabat-Zinn PhD
At times relationships can be hard work and we can all need some support. This is especially so during times of transition where adjustments are needed whether this is a new relationship; the move to parenthood; dealing with changes in our jobs or living locations; separation; or retirement.
Registered Collaborative Specialist:
• Child/Family Specialist
• Divorce Coaching
• Child Consultant
• Providing Interventions for PN7
and PN8 Court Assessments
At times of crisis and when responding to trauma, entering into a therapeutic relationship with a psychologist helps to reduce feelings of isolation and aloneness. At other times people may feel like the most challenging aspects of their situation have improved yet they wish to have a psychologist to support their new life directions and life decisions. This type of psychology can be a rich and rewarding experience.
EMDR Level I and II trained, Hakomi mindfulness-centred somatic psychotherapy 2 year training completed.
Play therapy is a means of creating a relationship with children or young people, in which play is the primary way in which they communicate. In non-directive child-centered play therapy, the therapist enters the world of the child, following the child’s lead, developing a safe place and a relationship of trust. It is here the child can express thoughts, feelings, experiences and behaviours through play, as the child’s natural language.