My psychotherapeutic practice revolves around psychosynthesis, and is further inspired by process oriented psychology, as well as Jungian, humanistic and transpersonal elements.
Qualifying educational background
I hold a Masters Degree is Psychotherapy from The University of East London.
I am an accredited member of two professional organisations: UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy) and EFPP (European Federation for Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy). I am also a member of the Danish C.G. Jung Forening.
Further education and supervision
To keep my professional training ajour I annually attend international courses, lectures and workshops.
I receive individual supervision via UKCP. Supervision helps me hold ethical considerations, illuminates the unconscious relations in the therapy room and also provides a space to consider specific challenges.
Teaching and lecturing
I have international teaching and lecturing experience within psychotherapy, and have held workshops at annual psychotherapy conferences.
I offer you total confidentiality, except where Danish or European law stipulates. If I become aware of issues that bring the safety, growth or well-being of minors into question, I have a legal duty to inform the correct authorities. This also applies if I become aware of plans to harm yourself or others.
You are welcome to download the ethical guidelines I adhere to from the UKCP Ethical Guidelines