Much of what takes place in the therapy room reflects what happens in the world outside it. My own practice as a therapist has highlighted for me the significance of the mother-child relationship and the importance of early attachment experiences.
My experiences as a mother of two children have emphasised for me the importance of the mother’s own wellbeing in the care of her children. It is my belief that in looking after the mental health of our mothers, we can look after the overall health and wellbeing of our future generations and create a healthier, happier society.
I am passionate about providing an open, non-judgemental therapeutic environment for mothers to engage fully with their experience as carers and nurturers, and gain the empathic attunement to themselves that will, in turn, allow them to empathically attune to their children.