‘Integrative’ & ‘Transpersonal’
My trainings were initially in Integrative Counselling in Oxford, and then in Transpersonal Psychotherapy (with Integrative foundation) in London, at CCPE. These combined traditional and contemporary theories and practices – including strategies and processes designed to deepen, develop and enrich our relationship with self, with others, and with life itself.
The Integrative approach involves a wide spectrum of therapeutic approaches which are assimilated – or integrated – into the individual therapist’s practice. This enables me as therapist the flexibility to closely match my way of working with what would most likely work best for you.
The Transpersonal approach, building on its Integrative core, possesses the potential to engage you in a profound and grounded interconnected psychospiritual process. This engages your cognitive function (‘brain-mind’), your imagination and intuition, your emotional-sensate ‘body-mind’, and your deepest sense of self (or ‘soul’)… and beyond.