fullsizeoutput_6beI am a Creative Arts Psychotherapist with a particular interest in the use of clay and embodied awareness.

The relationship is always central however and I am more interested in the person to person encounter and whatever may emerge in the session, rather than use of technique.

I have an MA in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy from the Institute of Arts and Therapy in Education and have undertaken a number of additional courses over the years including clay therapy, humanistic integrative supervision, infant and toddler observations, aspects of child psychiatry and solution focused therapy and supervision.

The arts form the backdrop to my life and I run a small ceramics studio which compliments my therapeutic practice.

I have been a member of The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) whose code of ethics I adhere to, since 2004.




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‘The process of working with the hands to shape clay, in generative, playful ways with others, lays down a memory of working collectively with the Earth itself towards what can be created’ Duncan Hoosen and Julia Rowntree – Clay in Common 2018 

Upcoming workshops, courses and groups

Therapist’s Clayday  – Replenishing and nourishing day  using clay to reflect, relax and re-charge September 19th at the London Art Therapy Centre Introduction to Clay Therapy at the London Arts Psychotherapy Centre – March 7th and 8th (cancelled – look out for future rescheduling) Creative Arts Supervision group to commence in Brighton early 2021 – … Continue reading Upcoming workshops, courses and groups

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