As an integrative psychotherapist, I draw from a wide range of theoretical backgrounds, including; person-centred therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, relational psychotherapy and body psychotherapy.
Using a person-specific and integrative approach means that I adapted therapy to your needs and goals. In a non-judgemental and confidential environment there is space for you to feel free to bring what you choose. This can help you go deeper within yourself and find meaning or support you in sharing your experiences.
I work both on a short-term and open ended basis.
I respect and value the uniqueness of each person's experience and identity, my presence is facilitative and supportive. The approach I use is relational and flexible.
In 2015, I specialized in working with multi-ethnic groups from a number of countries and various ethnic groups, gaining a wide experience in cultural-sensitive therapy. Many clients brought defined worries, such as
- Cultural integration issues.
- Questions on identity.
Therapy does not have to be only about dealing with difficulties; drawing from positive psychology and empowerment techniques to move closer to your resilience and strengths.
Since 2009, I have been experientially and academically studying the rich psychotherapeutic field and psychology, which led me to understand that there are a number of ways available to connect with one's own strength and ability to change and grow.
Narrative therapy is a reliable exposure therapy method that aims to help you regain a sense of your own self, to support you to tell your story and to heal from the impact of difficult past experiences.
If it is the first time you access therapy or after a period of therapy, you may find yourself wanting more for yourself. Long term Psychotherapy allows more time to explore, reflect, and connect (e.g. connecting with yourself and others more intimately).