Psychotherapy Counselling Self Development
Before becoming a psychotherapist, I worked in documentary films. Starting as a runner in the early 80's, I moved on to produce and direct films, concerned with human rights'. Then my own experience of therapy and a keen interest in psychology led me to train as a psychotherapist. I qualified in December 2000. Now, as well as having a successful private practice, I work for an NHS Trust, where I provide counselling for staff members as well as supervision for the London Ambulance Service staff peer support network. Psychotherapists and counsellors consult me for supervision in their work in both the public and private sector. I provide coaching and coaching supervision.
To complement and support my work, I am developing a documentary film exploring self development, neuroscience, psychology and psychotherapy.
I am an accredited member of the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy). My training incorporated a broad range of theories of psychology, psychotherapy and models of development. I continue to study theories of psychology as well as spiritual disciplines and philosophy with a focus on their relevance to personal development. I studied Ethics and Philosophy at City University. In 2003 I trained as a clinical supervisor. I have practised yoga and tai chi for 10 years.
I am committed to my own growth and development in a number of ways, including remaining in psychotherapy myself.
I am currently studying AVISION: THE WAY OF THE DREAM by Anthony Lunt.