I received the following qualifications:

Certificat d’Etudes de Psychosynthèse (Psychosynthèse et Ouverture Créative), 2002 (Montpellier)

Diplôme d’Etudes de Psychothérapie en Psychosynthèse, 2006 (Paris)

Member of the SFPT (Société Française de Psychosynthèse Thérapeutique): https://sfpt-psychosynthese.fr/

Member of the FF2P (Fédération Française de Psychothérapie et Psychanalyse): https://www.ff2p.fr/

The FF2P is affiliated with both the European Association for Psychotherapy (https://www.europsyche.org/)

&  the World Council for Psychotherapy (https://www.worldpsyche.org/)

Before moving to Paris in 1999, I already knew that I wanted to train as a therapist and thought I would return to London to do so.


However, as it quickly became clear I wanted to stay in France, I looked into training options in Psychosynthesis* - the approach which I'd already been interested in before coming to France - and was able to begin my training in a private institute based in Montpellier & then Paris. The course was extremely experiential and I was required to be in therapy myself with a French speaking therapist.

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My training

Psychosynthesis is a holistic (mind-body-emotions) approach which explores and takes into account your past, works with what you're going through in the present and, importantly, has a hope for the future, encouraging exploration of your creativity and potential.