My practice employs a pluralistic approach to therapy. This way of working emphasises the importance of valuing your input as the client in the therapeutic process. Pluralistic practice also takes the stance that therapy is rarely one size fits all. Thus, in threapy I aim to work collaboratively with you to find an approach that makes sense to you personally and that you find helpful.
In the process of collaborating on what will work best for you individually, we will draw from a number of different therapeutic models and ways of working. I have experience working with a wide range of theoretical models including narrative therapy, gestalt therapy, person-centred therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and transnational analysis. I also often use creative techniques in my work where these are appropriate and appealing to my client.