Integrative Approach

My approach is integrative with the intent to honour your individuality, vulnerabilities and strengths.

You may choose to bring issues around work, family, life, love or even spiritual disconnection.

Our dialogue may include working within the range of your thinking, your feeling, your physical experience and your dreams and imagination.

Although some might say that my method is really eclectic rather than integrative, it is grounded in the psychodynamic, theoretical foundations as laid down by Freud and later C.G.Jung.
I resonate with the word ‘integrative’ as it expresses the idea of bringing together as a ‘whole’. In my mind this epitomizes the fundamental aim of therapy.

I believe it is our fears and our programmed habitual patterns, continuously influential by creating false perceptions that have disconnected us from a profound experience of ourselves as a whole. Knowing our ‘wholeness’ brings inner peace and energises our capacity to love and to live life fully as joyful human beings.




If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.

William Blake


The attainment of wholeness requires one to stake one’s whole being. Nothing less will do; there can be no easier conditions, no substitutes, no compromises.

C.G. Jung