My approach as an integrative therapist means that my practice is informed by more than one psychotherapeutic model, which I draw on to meet the needs, intentions, circumstances, and histories of individual clients. I am interested in the whole person: our affective (feelings), cognitive (thoughts), behavioural (actions), and somatic or physiological (what’s going on in our bodies) ways of functioning. How I work with these aspects of the self depends on you as a person and what you bring to therapy.
My practice is also relational – the relationship between therapist and client is possibly the single most important aspect of successful therapy. I seek to provide a safe, confidential, and compassionate space in which to explore, at your own pace, whatever feelings, thoughts, behaviours, sensations and circumstances arise.
Please see my website for more information: www.gw-psychotherapy.co.uk
Area of Focus
- Affective disorders
- Grief and Loss
- Personal Development
- Self-Esteem and Self-Development