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Chemin du Joran 8b,
1260 Nyon, CH

T: +41 78 928 80 85

1260 Nyon

+41 78 928 80 85

Through an in-depth approach, various aspects of your life and relationships can be better understood and the potential for your own self development realised.

Offering counselling and psychotherapy, couples therapy, family constellations, self development workshops and parenting advise. I am a member of The British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists and adhere to their guidelines and standards. I have my private practice in English, in Nyon and cover the Geneva and Vaud areas.




We choose to take the time to undergo psychological counselling for a variety of reasons. Usually, there is a seeking to understand why we feel as if something in our life is missing and what steps we can take to make daily life more meaningful and fulfilling.    

I take an in-depth approach that is personalised for you. The process, rather than being passive (where you are only listened to and received) is active. I work to help you cultivate more awareness, discover where you may be stuck, reveal inner conflicts and guide you towards clarity. 

In Counselling it is possible to address:

Emptiness & feeling stuck

Stress & anxiety related issues

Depression & feelings of isolation/disconnection

Loss of values, direction, identity & spirituality

Conflict & communication issues

Affairs & betrayals

Separation & divorce

Coping with change & transition 

Bereavement & loss

Trauma, PTSD, violence & all forms of abuse

Difficult life events or patterns that feel hard to move beyond

Disillusionment & difficulties in family/relationship

Issues of self esteem & confidence

Infertility, pregnancy, abortions, birth & postnatal depression

Addictions, eating disorders & self harm

Yearning for life meaning, purpose & personal fulfilment

A wish for personal & spiritual growth

Physical symptoms, illnesses & their psychological root causes

A Psychosynthesis Counsellor...


the need for meaning and purpose as being fundamental to our well-being


that our mind, body, emotions and spirit are deeply interrelated


us as both individuals with unique qualities and as being interconnected with others and the environment


powerful experiences and the defence mechanisms around them which can hinder our self connection and development


that we repress what we do not like in ourselves as well as, some our higher impulses such as intuition, altruism, inspiration and joy


to integrate different parts of our experience, in order to create more self connection and a capacity to live vibrantly


life as a journey of development, where problems are often opportunities for growth


that our individual will is necessary before change and transformation can take place


to emphasise the Self, as the source of psychological health


a compassionate and an optimistic attitude to our experiences, despite the dominance of the pathologically orientated psychology

About Psychosynthesis

In 1927, Robert Assagioli (a colleague and counterpart of Freud and Jung) criticised Freud and Psychoanalysis and founded Psychosynthesis. He aimed to bring something more to the healing professions than Psychoanalysis could. His focus was to achieve personal and spiritual synthesis, rather than analysis. He proposed that the purpose of psychological healing was to contact a deeper centre of identity (the Self) to nurture its unfoldment, while removing obstacles to its actualisation. He held a wide and deeply compassionate view of the human condition and devised numerous creative ways with which to discover an individual’s unique reality and address their needs.