Bachelor of Counselling, MNZCCA
My training is from a person-centred and narrative approach. While at The Arahura Centre I am exploring psychodynamic theories which focus on the unconscious.
Enabling people to notice and honour their own inner voice, needs, desires, strengths and one’s unique individuality drives my work. I am interested in, and encourage gently listening to the history or wisdom of the physical body.
I believe that life can be beautiful. And I am hopeful that despite the pain and darkness that life can present, with another alongside us we can find the strength within ourselves to continue forward.
Areas of interest
Anxiety | Self acceptance | Burnout, fatigue | Depression | Grief | LGBTQ support | Group work
Previous areas of study
Organic horticulture, French, Te reo Māori, Theology