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I work to improve understanding of emotional health and the impact of emotions in our everyday personal and professional lives, offering psychotherapy, research consultancy and training.

Psychotherapy

Is a Talking Therapy encouraging the exploration of emotions in order to gain insight into feelings and patterns of behaviour. Psychotherapy is a means to developing self awareness. Self awareness is key in maintaining well being through honest reflection about how you feel and why.

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 Nature-based psychotherapy

I'm a specialist in nature-based psychotherapy, using natural environments as therapeutic spaces. Nature-based counselling sessions take place in woods and parks throughout London.  I also run Nature Awareness sessions for children and adults which help develop our sense of self, awareness of others and our connection to nature.

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Performance and Leadership Consultancy

I provide professional consultancy and support to executives working in the city and corporate environments who want to explore the impact of emotions on their performance and leadership skills. Leadership is an emotional task in which relationships are the means and the ends. For our relationships to inspire trust we must embody congruence, empathy, authenticity and integrity. 

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Counselling for professionals working with traumatised client groups

Working with people who have experienced hardship and abuse can take its toll on your own emotional health. I support professionals who work with distressed or traumatised client groups, including those in humanitarian, human rights, social work, health, legal and related fields to look after themselves whilst they look after others.

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Wild in the City - Nature Awareness sessions

Nature Awareness sessions incorporate bushcraft and nature based games and activities designed to help participants engage with their senses, selves, others and the natural environment; Den building, rope making, water purification, music making, sensory games.

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Race and cultural issues in counselling

People of all races may experience issues relating to culture which may affect whether they feel understood, often in relation to class, customs, life expectations, education and beliefs.  I offer culturally sensitive and racially empathic counselling to support you in working through emotional issues and in disentangling the real you from negative assumptions projected at you.

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Nature Based Psychotherapy - CPD Workshops

Nature Based Psychotherapy Moving your practice into natural settings 5 day CPD Training 29 September – 27 October 2014 The…

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Reflective Group for professionals working with distressed clients, 3rd Sept

The group will provide a space for professionals who have contact with people who are in distress or suffering hardship…

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Outdoor meditation sessions, Wednesdays 5.15pm

From 16th July 2014 Wild in the City! will be running regular outdoor meditation sessions. This sensory meditation group will…

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Outdoor therapeutic group, 'Finding my voice,' starting 16 July 2014

An outdoor therapeutic group for women on the theme of ‘Finding My Voice,’ will be held in the gardens of…

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Walk and Talk - Counselling sessions in woodland

Walk and Talk counselling sessions in Sydenham Hill Woods Traditionally therapy sessions take place within the four walls of a…

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Mixed Race Matters - 2nd July 2012

The Centre for Emotional Health is facilitating a reflective session on Monday 2nd July 2012. Being mixed race is a…

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Mixed Race Matters - 30th January

The Centre for Emotional Health is facilitating a reflective session on Monday 30th January. Being mixed race is a unique…

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Mixed Race Matters - Reflective Group

The Centre for Emotional Health is running a series of three reflective group sessions for women exploring mixed race identity.…

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Lessons in healing from black women's stories

Good mental health means having a positive sense of identity and sense of control over who you are. Mental distress…

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New research: Black women's experiences of distress and recovery

The Centre for Emotional Health has worked in collaboration with the Mental Health Foundation and Survivor Research to document black…

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The drugs don't work and may cause harm, but prescriptions rise

In March 2011 the New York Times and The Guardian reported on the links between pharmaceutical companies and psychiatrist's over…

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Egypt: UN initiative to support children traumatised by recent violence

UNICEF and local partners in Egypt have launched a psycho-social progamme to support children traumatised by recent violence and uprising…

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DR Congo: UN helps provide psychotherapy

As part of a campaign against violence in DRC, 180 women between the ages of 14 and 35 will receive…

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Social workers' demanding role requires emotional resilience

Emotional resilience is a key theme within the latest report, Building a Safe and Confident Future; One Year On ,…

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Psychotherapy for human rights professionals

Psychotherapy for human rights professionals and those working with traumatised clients. The Centre for Emotional Health specialises in working with…

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Global Attitudes to Emotional Health

Nepal: Mental health care neglected, 8 Feb 2010 UN humanitarian news agency, IRIN, reports that according to the Nepalise government,…

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