“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”
Carl Jung

The aim of psychotherapy is not to change ourselves but to change how we relate to our experience, accepting who we truly are without judging ourselves. Mindfulness allow us to stay present with our experience without self criticism and develop witness consciousness. Once we develop a sense of presence, we can free ourselves from conditioned responses. My focus in therapy is bringing awareness to the embodied aspect of experience, allowing full expression of our inherent wisdom, in whatever form it takes. You might simply like to explore yourself and reflect on your experience or you might like to look at a specific issue. Some of these can be:

Depression, feeling stuck, isolation
Lack of self esteem
Lack of creativity
Anger and Rage
Post-natal depression
Parental Issues
Anxiety and fear
Difficulties in childhood
Bereavement, loss and grief
Separation, loneliness
Co-dependency in relationships