We all inherently have the capacity to creatively lead fulfilling and satisfying lives and that a therapeutic journey with a skilled, genuine and compassionate practitioner can be one way to lead into well being.
I work in an embodied and relational way, which means that I pay attention to the patterns that emerge in the therapeutic relationship, believing that relationships are key to how we are and feel.
I began my therapeutic training journey in 2006 and since 2008 I have been working in various settings accross London: Centre For Better Health, Trinity/Laban conservatoire of dance and music, Metanoia Counselling Services and Turning Point.
I worked as a counsellor with children and adolescents in one of community schools in London as well as one of the support assistants on a Gestalt MSc course in Metanoia Institute.
My private practice is located in Pimlico and Old Street.
I was fortunate to work with various inspirational teachers, peers and supervisors who contributed to the creation of the solid foundations of my own practice.
I am an active member of London's dance/movement community as well as the mindfulness community and I incorporate these practices when working with people.
I am especially interested in research and work with shame, body, migration and intercultural issues.
I have experience working with:
My professional background is in teaching and teaching training. In addition to teaching Social Studies I work with students who have English as an Additional Language as well as students with Special Educational and Behavioural Needs.
MSc in Gestalt psychotherapy
Clinical Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy
Metanoia Institute, Middlesex University
B.A in English / English teaching with QTS
Kolegium Karkonoskie, Poland
South Thames College
Diploma of HEd in History
Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Poland
In addition 700+ hours of CPD
Do not try to save
the whole world
or do anything grandiose.
in the dense forest
of your life
and wait there
until the song
that is your life
falls into your own cupped hands
and you recognize and greet it.
Only then will you know
how to give yourself
to this world
so worth of rescue.
by Martha Postlewaite