I trained initially as a clinical psychologist in the 1980's and worked for a period in the NHS and then in Student Counselling at the University of Birmingham. I went on to train on the Jungian psychotherapy course at the West Midlands Institute in Birmingham which I completed in 1995. I have practised as a psychotherapist ever since.

I have been very involved in the West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy throughout my career and undertaken a variety of jobs including chair and treasurer. I have taught on the Jungian training in the past, supervised trainees and have been a training therapist.
The West Midlands Institute Journal have published two of my clinical papers and I have presented papers to colleagues. I have also had a series of six articles published by Saga Magazine.   Article 1 Article 2

Special Interests
I have a particular interest in the value of dreams as communications from our deep self to assist us in our development. I am also interested in ancient stories and tales as accounts of particular challenges and problems in psychological development.

Professional Memberships
 •  Professional Member of the West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy      
 •  Registered Member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy in the Psychoanalysis   
    and Jungian Analysis Section.

CPD
I meet regularly with a colleague for confidential supervision of my clinical work.