I started training in 2006 at the Institute of Counselling in Glasgow specialising in Couples and Family issues, Grief and Bereavement, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorders.
I then continued with CPD (Continuing Professional Development) courses related to Couples and Family issues and Traumas at TCCR, Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships, followed by training in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the University of Essex and pursued more studies at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Fundation Trust.
I completed a post-graduate psychotherapy degree at the psychiatric at Claude Bernard University Lyon 1 / CHU hospital Vinatier in Lyon and continued with residential and summer schools at TCCR to further her experience in relationships and families.
In 2017 I was introduced to CFT by Chris Irons and throughout the years I have continued my training in CFT, which I now essentially applied in therapy.
I am accredited by the National Counselling Society and work according to the BACP code of ethics.
I am both clinical and pastoral counselor, and a psychodynamic psychotherapist, and I work as a private practitioner.
I am involved with voluntary work and I offer my service as counselor and psychotherapist to several charities and groups, currently the Cancer Support Group 06 (CSG06) being one of them.
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Since 2017, I have attended many CFT workshops and training in the UK. Basic Skills in CFT and Advanced Clinical Skills in CFT training by Chris Irons and Professor Paul Gilbert, Compassion Focused Therapy for Groups with Kate Lucre, CFT and Depression, Developing CFT and Complex cases by Prof. Paul Gilbert, Experience: I have been in private practice since 2011 and have been working with CFT since 2018, also in group settings. Supervision: I have CFT supervision with Kate Lucre and Fiona Ashworth, as well as peer supervision groups.