How I can support you
The field of emotional and mental health support is constantly evolving. We don't immediately think of lying on a couch when thinking of therapy. Working that way still has its place but it's not for everyone. There is overwhelming research evidence to support that the quality of the relationship we build determines the success of therapy. We can build and maintain that relationship in many ways and in many environments. Personal growth and healing can happen in the therapy room, walking in nature or sitting at home in front of your computer. It is good to have options.
Counselling and Psychotherapy
It is the familiar, sitting face to face in a cozy room kind of therapy. Working this way is containing and holding because it is consistent and predictable. That consistency can help to make you feel safe, and if you are feeling safe, you open up and transformation can take place. Working this way has the longest tradition in the western world and most research evidence behind its efficacy. It is still the most popular choice …
I am working from two location from the 24th of May 2021. Please folllow the link below to find out more.
Online Counselling and Psychotherapy
Online counselling is the way of delivering counselling since the pandamic hit. It’s just like face-to-face therapy except you communicate with me via your personal computer. This service is also known as e-therapy, internet therapy and web therapy. It can prove as effective as its face-to-face alternative for individuals and couples alike. One major advantage of woking this way is that it is not location specific. Any room in your home can become your therapy room and you can continue your therapy even when you travel.
Psychedelic Integration Therapy
Psychedelic integration therapy is the specific care given to people who have undergone a psychedelic experience – whether in a Western, clinical setting, or an indigenous shamanic one. Any kind of psychedelic experience, no matter how challenging or traumatic at the time, can be reflected upon during integration therapy to help amplify future healing and reduce trauma.
Integration therapy is recommended by pretty much every single Western clinician who works with psychedelics. Being able to delve into your past psychedelic experiences with a trained therapist can help unearth missed opportunities, or unpick confusing and traumatic events. It seems as if patients who take part in clinical trials on psychedelics find great healing value in the integration sessions that follow their experiences.