Adult Psychotherapy provides a space to explore emotions, experiences and relationship dynamics. The aim is to facilitate the individual in attaining insight and self-awareness. The attainment of insight and self-awareness is hoped to assist the individual in managing their lives and relationships in a manner that brings about increased fulfillment.
Parenting may at times be exceptionally challenging, and give rise to various stressors that can impact other areas of a parent's life. Parenting work aims to focus on specific challenges related to parenting, as identified by the parent or parents. Given the goal directed approach of parenting work, the process includes practical homework assignments aligned with the goals.
BRAINWORKING RECURSIVE® THERAPY
This is a new form of psychotherapy, and allows for brief term work. I focus on bereavement, trauma, anxiety and phobias.
Psychodynamically-orientated couples psychotherapy aims to provide a neutral and containing context in which both partners narratives and emotions can be explored and addressed. The intent is for both partners to be able to make meaning of their own, as well as their partner’s narratives and emotions.
Parent-Infant-Psychotherapy is a psychodynamic intervention. Infants may initially present with either emotional or physical difficulties or parents may present with anxiety or uncertainty. This form of therapy aims to facilitate parent and infant dyads in attaining improved relational wellbeing, and in so doing, work towards individual wellbeing.
GROUP WORK - DEBRIEFING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
The daily lived experiences of adults, adolescents and children often take place within a group context. These spaces may include the work and school environment where the capacity to relate and engage is pivotal to both group and individual wellbeing. Collective trauma, loss or change may cause a rupture in a groups’ capacity to relate with each other. Group work aims to assist the group in repairing relational ruptures.
GROUP WORK - TEAM RELATIONAL DYNAMICS
Over long periods of time, what may initially appear to be minor changes in organizational or team structures, may start impacting team dynamics or team deliverables. This form of intervention is suitable to new teams to facilitate a sound foundation as well as more established teams to allow for re-alignment.