Face to Face
Face to face sessions from private, quiet and comfortable therapy rooms based in the centre of Uckfield with parking on-site and close to the train station and bus routes.
Sometimes we will talk through what is bothering you and at other times we may work somatically, using focusing techniques to explore how your body is responding moment-to-moment to what you are feeling. Our therapy rooms also have plenty of materials in order for us to use more creative ways of working if that is right for you.
Online via Zoom
Online therapy via Zoom. During the pandemic we have all become accustomed to working and meeting online. Online therapy can create a safe, confidential and effective therapeutic space from the comfort of your own home in order to work together on what is troubling you.
I use Zoom as it offers privacy and confidentiality and all sessions are pass-coded and locked for your safety and confidentiality.
Phone therapy can also be an effective method of offering therapy, especially if you do not have access to a laptop or computer.
I work gently and safely with you as you talk about the issues that you are facing and your feelings about them. I make sure that we work at a pace that is safe and that you feel well supported in the process.
Walk and Talk
Walk and talk therapy for those individuals who find it difficult to sit face to face. Sometimes walking alongside your Therapist can mean that you are able to more freely access your feelings as you move in the natural beauty of the countryside.
We would initially meet at my Uckfield therapy rooms and talk through how this form of therapy would work and create a specific contract in order to boundary our work outside together. I have several routes based on the Ashdown Forest that take 50 minutes and offer a safe but private walking route.
Working with adults (18 and over) of all ages, I have experience of working with the following issues:
• PTS and PTSD
• Suicidal thoughts
• Loss, Grief and Bereavement
• Low Self-Esteem
• Self-Confidence Issues
• Eating Disorders
• Early Childhood Attachment Issues
• Relationship Problems
• Identity Issues
• Workplace-Related Stress
• Life Transitions