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Therapy for Creatives

You may work in an art-related industry, or perhaps you feel like you see and experience the world a little bit differently. Being a creative person isn’t always easy, and I would really like to help you navigate your way to emotional and practical success.

Are you feeling uninspired or low? Are you doubting yourself, losing confidence in your capabilities and maybe even feeling stuck? Therapy can provide the motivation and accountability needed to get on track and look at what is holding you back.

Having trained and worked professionally in the creative industry for over ten years, I have gained expertise in counselling creative people both in my work at Met Film School (London & Berlin) and within my private practice. My unique personal experience helps me to be sensitive to the needs of my creative clients as you develop your identity, career and self-confidence, or simply seek to maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle. 

I have worked with clients who want to connect more with their creativity generally, as well as those currently working in creative modalities, including dancers, singers, writers, painters and actors to choreographers, cinematographers and film/theatre directors. Together, we have explored techniques to create new, more inspiring habits on a number of topics, including:

  • Creative blocks

  • Relationship issues

  • Procrastination and time management

  • Self-doubt

  • Fears (including the fear of failure and success)

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Perceived obstacles/self-sabotaging behaviours

  • Other counselling issues

​Although working with creatives is a specialism of mine, I of course equally enjoy working with clients from all backgrounds, covering all problems/issues/conversation starters in therapeutic sessions.

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