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Holding Hands

As a Contemporary Psychotherapist, my approach is grounded in a pluralistic/integrative talking therapy model that allows me to incorporate a variety of therapeutic techniques and models. This ensures therapy evolves continually with new research and understanding, including techniques from NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and Hypno-Psychotherapy, tailored specifically to each client's unique needs and circumstances.


I am also a skilled EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) practitioner. EMDR is one of the most evidence-based therapeutic techniques available, designed to help people recover from the symptoms and emotional distress resulting from disturbing life experiences. This therapy alleviates the stress associated with traumatic memories through a structured approach that involves focusing on the traumatic memory while experiencing bilateral stimulation, typically through eye movements. This process is recognised for lessening the emotional impact of memories over time. In my practice, I utilise EMDR to address traumatic memories, sexual phobias, sexual dysfunctions, and more, enabling clients to process these experiences in a safe and controlled environment.


I employ trance states to induce deep relaxation, which is particularly beneficial in helping clients with sexual trauma or anxieties. These trance states enable a focused attention where clients are more receptive to exploring and accessing unconscious thoughts, feelings, and memories related to their trauma or anxieties. By creating a deeply relaxed state, clients may find it easier to engage with and process difficult emotions in a safe and controlled environment.


Both EMDR and trance states are versatile techniques that can be effectively conducted remotely, ensuring clients can receive therapy in the comfort of their own environments without compromising on the quality of the treatment. This flexibility supports a broader range of clients, including those who may find in-person sessions challenging.


Contemporary Psychotherapy emphasises a collaborative relationship between therapist and client, where the client actively participates in their therapy journey. This dynamic partnership often extends beyond our sessions, involving tasks that clients can undertake between sessions to facilitate deeper personal growth.


My passion extends to working with individuals with neurodivergence—drawing from my personal experiences with ADHD, I adopt a strengths-based approach to empower my clients, enhancing their self-esteem and confidence.


Furthermore, I integrate concepts from Polyvagal Theory, Attachment Theory, and Somatic Theory into our sessions and the tasks I assign for completion at home. This holistic approach ensures that therapy is not only about talking but is an engaging, interactive, and evolving process aimed at helping individuals break free from societal constraints to discover and live as their truest selves.


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