Sometimes life gets difficult to cope with, or we are presented with situations or emotions that are unfamiliar and possibly painful. To get clearer on what might be going on and how to deal with it individual psychotherapy sessions can be really useful. Two minds are better than one. For me the body and mind work together and in my work I am often focusing on both.
One of the reasons couples make the step into therapy is when they realize that certain patterns of interactions get in the way of feeling close. When the couple can't find a way through this it can be a hard time for one or for both. Entering therapy is in itself a step closer to getting closer again. There are of course many other reasons why couples seek help.
Supervision as a place of reflection and learning is essential for all therapists. I have worked in private therapeutic settings and in a variety of different specialist areas in organizations, i.e. eating disorders, offending adolescents and adults, mental health, emotional dysregulation. Apart from individual work I have also trained in group work and several therapeutic models that inform my practice.