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Transactional Analysis (TA) is part of the humanistic approach to therapy which believes that everyone has the potential for personal growth – mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Its’ philosophy is:

  • People are OK

  • Everyone has the capacity to think

  • People decide their own destiny, and these decisions can be changed 


TA is based on the principle of open communication.


Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy

If you are looking at the possibilities of counselling and therapy you may know exactly what you are looking for, or you may be unsure but feel that something could be different. Either is OK, and an initial call for us both to understand more about what prompted you to look for support is a good place to start.

In this initial session we can also discuss possible ways forward.

Every person is different and what we will discuss, and for how long, will depend on you.

A couple of sessions to help you work through a particular issue or dilemma may be all that is needed. In a culture where speaking openly about your fears and concerns is not encouraged, an understanding ear can sometimes be all that is needed. Alternatively, there may be complex and underlying issues that require alonger-term therapeutic relationship. This is something we can develop together.  


My experience from a variety of roles (including senior management), and living in a wide breadth of cultures, gives  me a unique perspective that can be particularly helpful for those working in the humanitarian sector or overseas, those struggling with the stressors of management as well as those with a strong cultural identity. 


Contact me to book an appointment or for an introductory discussion to find out more about who I am, what I do and how we might work together. For personal clients my fee is £50 for a 60 minute session. 


As well as working with individuals I also offer consultancy services for organisations.

“the past effects people—some let it decide who they are, while others make it part of what they will do.”  Author

Kuchi Wedding in Afghanistan, 2003

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