I often get stuck when people ask me "what is your therapeutic approach?" Not because there is a lack of approaches to choose from, but because how do we possibly shrink any person into any style or technique. I Suppose if i were to describe the work I do, it is the creation of a space to simply be human. A space to be seen and heard. A space for one to map out what would success look like if it were to show up in your life? What would be different? what would be better? What is getting in your way? A space to focus and develop strengths and to manage our weak spots.
Having worked with 'Youth at risk' for over 17 years, I have developed an enormous respect for the impact of family as well as the tremendous resilience that can be found in almost every individual. Whilst we all have a biography it does not need to determine our destiny. I work both psycho-educationally, as well as with the body. My areas of expertise is with adolescents as well as with individuals going through life transitions, most specifically post army and young parents. I also run workshops throughout the year; Emotional Growth and Social Skills for kids (Grade 5 - 6) Authentic Parenting Course ( for Parents of teenagers). I believe that therapy should never take place with out a coffee in hand, and great serving of laughter on the side.
|Degree||Education||Year of Graduation|
|MSC||University of North Texas||2014|
Somatic Experiencing - Level 1 and 2 training June 2019 / 2021
Family Systems Therapy
Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Somatic Experiencing (SE)