About Me

I am an ADMP registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist and process based Creative Dance Movement Practitioner (MA, PGDip, B.A., Hons). My approach is psychodynamic, and I specialise in working with movement and the body.

I have worked in education, community and clinical settings across Essex, London, Cambridge and Suffolk for over a decade, facilitating 1:1 and group sessions. 

My clinical experience supports difficulties which may include emotional dysregulation, suicidal and self-harming behaviours. Trauma, including PTSD, anxiety and depression, psychosis and personality disorder traits.

I work with all people, specialising in the following areas:

  • Adult and Child Oncology
  • Anxiety
  • Aspergers Syndrome
  • Autism
  • Disability
  • Eating Disorders
  • Health-related Issues
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Parents & Carers, including post natal depression, baby and toddler
  • Stress

I facilitate Reflective Spaces to Multi-Disciplinary Teams, supporting dynamics within the workplace. Alongside this, I facilitate Creative Workshops, technical and improvisatory dance/movement sessions.

Sometimes, you may find it hard to put difficult thoughts and feelings into words. My role is to help and support you to communicate and express yourself through your movement. You will also have the opportunity to share in words what you have experienced.

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As a dance artist, my work takes me into educational settings from Primary through to FE, where creative dance enables educational opportunities to flourish. Whilst supporting the national curriculum, participants can broaden their understanding of art and culture, often through multi-disciplinary approaches. I work in health care settings such as hospital wards, hospices, and residential care homes, where creative dance and improvisation enable communities to forge through expressive dialogue. My passions in movement, individuality and expressivitiy, among enjoyment in drawing upon landscapes enriches my working process.

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