Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling



I offer online sessions with Skype, Facetime or Zoom

Trained in Integrative Psychotherapy, I studied some major theories and techniques of practice from Psychoanalytic Tradition, from Humanistic Tradition, as well as from Existential Tradition. Among all these approaches, I feel a natural affinity with Carl Jung’s view of the human psyche. That is to say, his understanding of psychological difficulties and of the way towards healing. Apart from the Jungian analytical approach, I also feel drawn to the existential approach.

I find existential views on human conditions an important philosophical guide in my practice, helping me root my client’s difficulties in the perspective of human existence. Moreover, the ‘unconditional positive regard’, practiced in the humanistic tradition, is the fundamental attitude that I naturally take towards my clients and towards all my fellow human beings.

I have a postgraduate diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling (2 years' training delivered by Regent's University London, the diploma granted by University of Walsh). Before moving to France, I worked both at NHS and at City University as a psychotherapist. I started my private practice in France last Spring and have been practising psychotherapy since then.