Focusing on relational and developmental person-centered activities, contextual therapeutic practice can happen in a variety of settings. We'll explore thoughts and feelings using the sand tray, painting, clay, movement, and even gardening.
By listening and working collaboratively with clients I’m able to keep their thoughts, ideas and feelings at the heart of any decisions to help them and those supporting them. Using creative enquiry and empathic attunement we'll build a sense of familiarity, trust and safety to support recovery.
Following a discovery call and parent consultation, we'll develop a working alliance, explore strengths and difficulties, then collaborate on a course of therapy to suit each individual.
Regular, planned, individual sessions from 30 – 50 mins depending on the individual, in a safe welcoming space that includes a contained garden.
Bringing to life Dan Hughes PACE (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy) as well as other contextual and trauma informed practices and principles.
The use of creative, relational and developmental person-centered activities to connect and calm.
Awareness of relational needs, patterns and therapeutic practice such as Security, Belonging, Valuing, Acceptance, Understanding, Uniqueness, Making an Impact and Caring.
Acting as an advocate to ensure the individuals voice is heard in a safe space. Feedback is provided with their permission.
£55 per session*
*Including parent consultation up to 90 mins