Philosophy and style of working:
Bridget has an Integrative training and uses concepts from psychodynamic, attachment and transpersonal theories of self,Transactional Analysis (TA), and the latest research on the brain. She has a relational style and a strong belief in the healing capacity of the relationship in therapy and in the potential for emotional, physical and spiritual health in everyone. She has particular expertise in issues of loss, identity and exploring the relationship patterns we all carry from the past into the present and how these impact our experiences of ourselves and others. Bridget’s background in the arts, her passion for psychotherapy and her willingness to extend her professional training keeps her practice fresh. Bridget is always happy to discuss her style of working and ways in which she may be able to think with you about your specific needs. She offers a professional and confidential space in which you can think, feel and be curious.
- MA Integrative Arts Psychotherapy (UKCP registered)
- MSc Professional Health Studies (Mental Health)
- Registered Nurse ( Mental Health)
- BA Education and Community Studies
- Ongoing continuing professional development
Training and Experience:
Bridget has worked as a Psychotherapist for over 20 years with individuals and groups in adult mental health settings both within the NHS and in Private Practice. She trained at the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education (IATE) in London and has been a tutor and external examiner for IATE and visiting lecturer at UWE. She has a private practice offering a clinical, supervisory and training consultancy. Bridget is fully insured and registered with the UKCP and IATE and adheres to their code of ethics and professional standards.
Please visit Bridget’s website and email her with any questions you may have.