- Professional Member
Qualified member of the Association of Jungian Analysts since 2005; Professional membership of AJA in 2012. UKCP registrant and supervisor. IAAP member. Previous employment includes arts development work for local government, teaching and lecturing in art and art history. A practising and exhibiting visual artist and occasional book illustrator. Former responsibilities: Joint Co-ordinator of Champernowne Trust Summer Course committee August 2018; past member of AJA Council, past Chair of AJA Professional Committee, past member of CAP Executive. Occasional host of social dreaming matrices, and seminar leader in alchemy and other Jungian-related topics. Interest in the symbolic in all creative art forms, imaginal essentialism, and engaged in pursuit of the symbolic and the imaginative life in my analytical psychology practice.
I see clients and patients for confidential Jungian psychotherapy or Jungian analysis at a frequency of once, twice or three times weekly, depending upon client need. Enquiries are welcome by email or telephone. My private practice is situated in Farnham, Surrey. I work with clients or patients, using a classical and archetypal Jungian approach, combining developmental and archetypal aspects, adapting to client needs. In a confidential setting we consider together the meaning underlying a client’s concerns, difficulties, stuckness, and dis-ease. We may sometimes use myth, folk tales, or active imagination by drawing or writing to aid in this work together. My work is based upon trusting the healing power of the unconscious psyche, as revealed in the life viewed symbolically. At times we observe synchronicities, dreams and fantasies to help towards new understanding. Ultimately Jungian analysis is a spiritual quest for meaning, a search for the soul.