SHORT-TERM CAREER THERAPY
A few times each year I open up a limited number of 4-session therapy packages. I am a UK-based Psychotherapist who is registered with the BACP and insured to work internationally.
I work with highly-driven clients who can be hard on themselves. You prefer to deal with your own problems, but have realised that you'd benefit from a non-judgemental space to talk openly. I specialise in the impact of stress and trauma on our career and on our ability to find fulfilment. Scroll down to read about my credentials.Sign up now
*Booking is Now Closed for Spring 2023*
The package includes:
- 4 x 60 minute Zoom sessions
- Access to one of my online courses
- Online support resources and questionnaires
- Session plan and end of work summary
*Update: The Spring 2023 block is now fully booked. The next block will be launched in September 2023.I'm ready
HOW I WORK
I'm a person-centred psychotherapist which means that I aim to be open, genuine and to understand how you experience the world.
Before retraining as a therapist I worked in corporate consulting and I've carried my analytical skills into my therapeutic approach. Our sessions can be completely open and directed by you, or they can be more goal-orientated. I am trained in solution-focused therapy, which is an option for our work.
My approach is compassionate and non-judgemental. I believe that we all have the potential to be our best self, but we sometimes lose connection with who we are.
I have a Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy and my most recent professional development includes:
- The Rewind Technique for PTSD
- Guided Imagery and Visualisation
- Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy
- Working with complex trauma and dissociation
- Helping Young People who Self-Harm
- Facilitating Post Traumatic Growth
- Creative Strategies for Depression and Anxiety for Challenging Clients
IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?
Career Therapy is a unique blend of humanistic psychotherapy and coaching. Short-term simply means that therapy has a clear end-point instead of being open-ended. This can help us to focus on improving your life now and setting clear outcomes.
While working long-term with a therapist gives more scope to build trust and deepen the relationship, my experience is that this is still possible when working short term. However, if you think you'd struggle to open up this may not be the best option for you.
Short-term therapy works best for present-day problems such as burnout, career stress, lack of motivation or direction. We can address the past as it relates to the present day, but may not have enough space to fully process deeply traumatic experiences.
That said, I am always surprised and encouraged by the depths of insight my clients can reach in four sessions. Our work together can be powerful and transformational.