catherine 1st (3)An integrative approach to psychotherapy gives us choices in the way we work together. It is built on the understanding that our minds and bodies work as one, and cannot be separated.

At times a more traditional talking approach might be favoured. At others, we may choose to focus on the body in the form of biodynamic massage for instance, and body focussed verbal and non verbal work. Or you may be drawn to using imagery to assist expression and exploration.

In my experience, the most important ingredient in psychotherapy is the relationship we create together, the building of trust that flows from feeling truly listened to in an atmosphere of deep acceptance.

I am able to offer online and telephone sessions when in-person sessions are not possible, and offer gentle ‘walk and talk’ sessions on the South Downs, close to my practice.

Drawing on nature, the imagination and body experience add a depth to sessions when words alone might feel limited.

I invite you to contact me to talk further about your needs and circumstances, or to book an initial introductory appointment.

Sessions take place in Lewes.