The overall purpose of existential therapy is to allow clients to explore their lived experience honestly, openly and comprehensively. Through this spontaneous, collaborative process of discovery, clients are helped to gain a clearer sense of their experiences and the subjective meanings they may hold. Fully engaging in this supportive, explorative, challenging process can help clients come to terms with themselves and how they relate to others. Consequently, it can also encourage them to choose ways of being in the present and future that they, themselves, identify as more deeply satisfying, meaningful and authentic.
I offer supervision to Psychotherapists and Counsellors, both qualified and in training.
I offer a supportive and reflective supervision space, tailored to the practitioners needs and to the ongoing development of their professional practice.
Tel: 07970 914960
UKCP Registration Number 2011163429
Counselling and Psychotherapy
UKCP Registered Clinical Psychotherapist
MA ADEP Dip Add Couns
I work with supervisees to develop an environment of integrity and openness for the purpose of enhancing reflective skills, maximising the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions, informing ethical decisions and facilitating the use of therapeutic relationship. The supervisory contract we negotiate will be clearly defined and regularly reviewed.
We do not see things as they are. We see things as we are.
Existential psychotherapy strives to empower and place the client and his or her life choices at the centre of the therapeutic process. Whilst I primarily work existentially I also have training in psychodynamic, relational, schema, attachment based and cognitive behavioural approaches, which I incorporate in accordance with individual need. I fundamentally work phenomenologically, which means that the client's subjective experience is of primary importance.