I am an accredited psychotherapist offering psychotherapy and counselling in Brighton, Hove and Horsham. My site is designed to introduce you to my work, explore whatever issues you are going through and help you arrange either counselling or psychotherapy.
I make it a goal to ensure that every client that contacts me finds their way to a counsellor that meets their needs. This may be me, or it may be one of the many other counsellors that I am connected with across the South of England.
I have been working as a psychotherapist for 10 years now. I was originally working as a management trainer before completing my training and moving into the world of mental health. My education focused on philosophy This has led me to take up existential psychotherapy – a method that I hope you will find as exciting and as challenging as I do.
I trained initially at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, where I received my MA. Since then I have gone on to begin a second MA in Child Psychotherapy with Terapia. As a counsellor I have worked with Sussex University, Surrey University and am currently in the middle of a project with Brighton University. My background in training has led me to deliver courses to trainee counsellors and those with an interest in promoting mental wellbeing in others.
While I work with a wide range of client groups, I work well with issues around bereavement, disability. I also, due to another career I used to have in game design, am an appropriate counsellor for anybody that spends considerable time online, social networking or gaming. In order to make myself as accessible as possible to clients I also offer online counselling.
If you’re considering counselling or psychotherapy then contact me to discuss an initial meeting. You can mail me at email@example.com or call/text me on 07714 324542.
My Upcoming Book
Controlling the Controller: Understanding and Resolving Videogame Addiction
In this examination of videogame addiction I use my own unique story as a vantage point from which to come to terms with the mind-set of the addicted videogamer; offering guidance as to how to bring about a positive change in behaviour. The book is looking to be published in the latter half of 2014 on kindle.
Working with a Client’s Digital World
- 6 hour Course for Qualified or Advanced Trainee Psychotherapists
- 10 am until 5pm on the 24th of May
- As You Are, 45 Southwick St., Southwick, East Sussex, BN42 4TH
- £55 including lunch
- Bringing the client’s digital life into the counselling room.
- Bringing the client’s gaming habits into the counselling room.
- Reconciling with the idealised digital self and their actual self
- Learn about the risks of internet use and gaming.
This course if good for you if: you are a practicing therapist who regularly sees clients that make frequent use of either the internet and/or video games.