I am interested in how our social context brings our life experiences to bear on the development of our sense of self, and how this self is resilient and malleable, and can be continually reworked to remain spacious enough to meet our ongoing life experiences.
I have always been interested in how we engage and interact with each other, how we respond to the world around us, and the stories that each of us tells about our experiences. I, therefore, chose to pursue a career as
As an Educational Psychologist, I provide therapeutic support for children and adolescents using a person-centred approach and include play therapy for younger clients. I have a special interest in anxiety, emotional regulation, mindfulness, self-development and social development.