Our early experiences of being unseen, unheard and misunderstood profoundly shape our way of being in the world. We have within us complex and layered connections with these experiences, which we carry with us throughout our lives.
We may feel invisible. We may yearn for a loving relationship. We may wonder why we are here.
Psychotherapy provides a safe place to explore these connections. New meanings of old experiences become possible within this process.
A life long learner, I became a psychotherapist later in my adult life after varied career and life experiences. These include working with young children, engaging in community work and raising a family. At the heart of these experiences is my connection to and deep interest in people of all ages. It is reflected in my practice where I have the pleasure of working with a broad range of individuals; women and men, both youth and adults.