In my private practice I work with many aspects of human experience. Over the years of my practice two key themes of professional interest emerged for me: psychological traumatisation and neurodiversity. Despite my curiosity, I am not limited in my work to these two themes.
My aim is to create a safe and accepting space to all clients who may be suffering from loss, grief, emotional challenges and lack of self-care. I work with individuals, couples, and multiple partnered relationships.
Loss, Bereavement and Relationship Breakup
When we lose a loved one, it can feel as our world is breaking apart. Loss comes in many shapes and forms. While most people will get through losses on their own, some get stuck particularly when the loss was difficult to bear. In these instances counselling and psychotherapy can help to move the grieving process on.
Emotional Regulation and Resilience
Emotions and feelings are a complicated. That’s why a lot of people don’t want to feel sadness, grief, guilt, shame and many more. This avoidance of experiencing emotions can lead to depression, anxiety and stress related mental health problems. Talking to a therapist can help you to address unwanted emotions safely.
Self-Care and Boundaries
One of the relational challenges my clients frequently face I noticed are around self-care and boundaries. If you are struggling to prioritise your own needs over the needs of others, psychotherapy might be able to help you. Understanding these dynamics with self-compassion can help you to develop more fluidity in asserting your needs.