This Hart therapist is a person-centred and emotion-focused therapist, informed by an awareness of family-systems theories, attachment theory, mindfulness, polyvagal theory and the nervous system, trauma, Internal Family Systems therapy, social justice and intersectionality.
Our Hart therapist enjoys working with couples at all stages in their relationship, including those navigating communication problems, family of origin issues, sexual issues, betrayals, grief, polyamorous situations, parenting issues and blended families. She is able to work with couples seeking to separate well or to navigate co-parenting after separation. She is an LGBTQIA+ ally.
As a therapist working with a family group, she seeks to make space for everyone’s perspective and to create the conditions that enable you to hear each other in ways that can be difficult outside the therapy room. The focus is on the qualities and dynamics of the relationships.
As a Family Therapy trained practitioner, she considers your relationships and your relational context when working with you as an individual. She works with people seeking personal growth and change, on issues including depression and anxiety, stress, identity, sexuality, relationship problems, navigating life-stage changes, finding purpose, grief and loss.
Her approach is informed by an awareness of our physicality and our spirituality and may draw upon elements of breath-work, visualisation and mindfulness. She believes that personal change is a multifaceted process and involves the dynamic interplay of the different dimensions of our selves.