I am an English clinical integrative psychotherapist living and practicing in Toulouse, France. I see individuals and couples, offering psychotherapeutic support with a wide range of issues. The sorts of things people may bring to me include, but is not limited to:
– family and relationships issues
– difficulties living as an expat
– difficulties from childhood
– burnout or collages of a professional function
– life-stage events
– abuse and trauma
– anxiety / panic attacks
– chronic illness
– bereavement and loss
– identity issues
– self-esteem and confidence issues
– mental health difficulties.
All of these reasons, and more, may bring a person to therapy. However, you do not have to be in crisis or on the verge of one, before choosing to seek psychotherapy. As an integrative practitioner, I take a multidisciplinary approach to psychotherapy by adapting and drawing on a variety of therapeutic approaches to tailor how we work in a way that will be most beneficial to you as an individual.
I am from the UK originally, and I have previously lived in Geneva and then moved to Toulouse with my family so I have first-hand experience of the types of challenges faced when moving and living abroad.