Therapy is essentially about understanding and healing ‘pain’.
Pain can be experienced in many different ways; anxiety, depression, difficult relationships with others, and addicting to various negative sublimations that exist in the world.
A good practitioner should constantly seek to evolve themself through their own learning, clinical supervision and personal therapy, in order to help others.
Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (Psych D)
MSc. Health Psychology (distinction)
MSc. Counselling Psychology (distinction)
BSc. (1st Class Hons) Psychology with Counselling
PGCE – Education
OTHER RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS
Post Graduate Diploma in Couples Counselling- Tavistock Clinic
Diploma in Clinical Supervision ([RAPPS] for Psychologists and Counsellors) – British Psychological Society
I am an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and its sub divisions of Counselling Psychology and Addiction.
I am also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a member the Health Professions Council and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy