Music Imagery Psychotherapy
'Where words fail, music speaks.'
Hans Christian Anderson
Hello! Welcome to my site! I am an HCPC-registered Music and Arts Psychotherapist with 25 years' experience. I currently work in private practice to promote mental health and well being.
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After studying Music at Durham University, I taught in schools for four years. Then after re-training as a Music Psychotherapist, I ran my own practice, combining my therapy work within many settings with that of a supervisor and occasional writer and lecturer. After having undergone further specialist training in Music and Imagery, I am now studying for an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy at the Metanoia Institute. I currently work in private settings to promote mental health and wellbeing. In my spare time I practice yoga and sing locally.
Education and Training
Association for Music and Imagery
Fellowship status gained authorizing me to practice Music Imagery Psychotherapy with clients with a wide range of mental health issues - those experiencing depression, anxiety, abuse, trauma, bereavement, or who seek greater depth or meaning to their lives.
Institute for Therapy and the Arts in Education
Advanced Certificate for the Therapeutic Arts. Understanding and using visual arts, clay, drama, puppetry, poetry, movement in therapeutic settings.
Anglia Ruskin University
MA in Music Therapy. Dissertation on the Significance of Voicework for People with Learning Disabilities.
P.G.C.E in Education
BA in Music. 2nd Class.