Peter’s training is rooted in person-centred theory, but he also draws upon knowledge of other modalities such as CBT and Psychodynamic theory within his approach. His passion for therapy comes from a desire to help others and learn how each of us can harvest what’s unique about us and find our own path to happiness. He helps his clients explore their thoughts and feelings to develop more self-awareness, compassion and acceptance. He aims to promote growth and understanding to enable clients to move forward through any barriers that may be stopping them from reaching their full potential and leading a fulfilling life.
He has experience working with such issues as overthinking, anxiety, low mood and depression and has a special interest in helping people who suffer from low self-esteem and confidence as well as helping members of the LGBTQI+ community. He believes building a trusting relationship is key in enabling clients to feel they can be honest and share their world with him and aims to do this by providing a safe and confidential space free from judgements. He is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and work within their ethical framework and guidelines.