I am a qualified Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist (BPC registered) and I am now in the final stages of training as a Jungian analyst with AJA. I have a longstanding interest in the work and ideas of Carl Jung and I offer psychotherapy, analysis and supervision from my consulting room in Horsham.
I also offer a one year Jungian supervision group which takes pace weekly, term time only, from September until July. This is an opportunity for therapists from different backgrounds to view their work through a Jungian lens.
I have wide experience over more than twenty years both in private practice and, in an honorary capacity, in NHS secondary care. Throughout that time I have had supervision with experienced Jungian analysts and this has been a major influence on my professional development and my approach to my work. Moreover I have maintained a consistent commitment to both my professional and personal development through my own personal analysis.
My ability to work effectively has also been enhanced by the completion of a two year Infant Observation course in 2012 with the Jungian Section (BJAA) of the British Psychotherapy Foundation (BPF). I observed a baby in his home each week from birth to two years in order to build up a picture of his developing inner world and relationships. My paper ‘Birds, Beasts and Babies – Notes from an Infant Observation’ was awarded the Roszika Parker prize 2013 by the British Journal of Psychotherapy and it was published in the Journal in November 2014.
I am currently in the process of becoming an infant observation seminar leader myself, in consultation with a senior Jungian analyst and experienced infant observation leader at the BPF, and plan to be offering a two year course in Horsham towards the end of 2020. Further information on my website.
Please see my website for more information about me and my practice.