How can I help?


We all need support in our lives during difficult times. Although it can be hard to ask for help, it could be a healthy step towards personal growth and a sense of fulfilment. As a Core Process Psychotherapist, I hope to support you with whatever you are experiencing, such as feeling:

  • overwhelmed by stress at work, home or university;

  • exhausted by a constant battle with negative thoughts and emotions;

  • disconnected or isolated from others;

  • anxious or angry after illness, neglect, trauma or abuse;

  • bereaved by the separation or loss of a loved one; or

  • unsettled by a deep need or fear of change.

"If you want to see the sunshine, you have to weather the storm."

                                                  Frank Lake


Core Process Psychotherapy

Core Process Psychotherapy helps people connect with their body and mind and work towards easing the impact that stress, depression and anxiety can have on them. This combines Western psychotherapy and neurobiology with Eastern mindfulness practice. By bringing attention to emotions and sensations in the body and observing our thoughts, we can learn more about our deeply held beliefs, drives and defensive habits, and how they shape our daily experience and relationships with others and ourselves.  

How can I help with mental health, anxiety, depression and stress. Feeling isolated, alone and in need of help. Reach out to others.

"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."


                                           Carl Rogers


The benefits

Mindfulness, Eastern wisdom and philosophy, calm, balance, peace, awareness, compassion, openness, emptiness, love, caring relationship, connection

The benefits of giving yourself regular time to explore your personal issues can be profound. It can lead to greater self-awareness, acceptance and compassion; a calmer and more balanced approach to life; and ultimately the freedom and confidence to fulfil your potential. It may, over time, help to release draining tension and emotions (assisting in relieving pain and improving sleep and underlying health), and ease the burden of deeply held trauma, abuse or neglect.