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Two Dried Leaves


I have been qualified as a Person Centred Experiential practitioner (Diploma in Counselling) since 2000. I currently see individual clients and supervisees, within my own well established private practice, in my purpose built therapy room. I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I work in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.

I also have an MSc in Counselling (from the University of Strathclyde, 2012) and am in the final stages of completing my PhD (at the University of Nottingham). My doctoral thesis explores what it means to be 'person centred', what this looks like in practice, and how students learn to develop their own way of being person-centred. My research is also focused on what it means to be courageously committed to one's own spiritual core whilst aiming to live in a tender and open-hearted way.

I have facilitated counselling training since 2003, and have supported many hundreds of students within their own personal and professional development journey, over the years. I am currently Senior Lecturer in Counselling and Psychotherapy in a local University.

I believe in compassionate non-violence. I have been vegan for over 27 years as part of this practice. I am interested in buddhist psychology and shamanic healing practices and both of these aspects subtly and profoundly inform my practice and my worldview. I am dedicated to offering genuinely empathic and compassionate therapy, supervision and training.

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