I offer trauma-informed developmental sessions, mainly based on NARM (the Neuro Affective Relationship Model) and Systemic Constellation work.

NARM is one of the most effective and up-to-date trauma-based therapies available today. It explores our unprocessed emotions that are expressed in bodily feelings and sensations, as well as our thoughts and behavior.

The foundations of our development become disrupted when our basic needs (connection, safety, love, autonomy) are not met as children. These disruptions are ever present and affect our relationships, health and identity. Instead of revisiting the past, we focus on the here and now and on how these disruptions, stil today, get in the way from our true wishes.

NARM develops our capacity to function in this world in a cohesive and integrated way. It allows us to live a life with an organized sense of self, and restores our capacity to show up consistently for our needs, intentions and desires.

The spontaneous movement in all of us is toward connection, health and aliveness. No matter how withdrawn and isolated we have become, on the deepest level, just as a plant spontaneously moves toward sunlight, there is in each of us an impulse toward connection and healing.
— Laurence Heller, Founder of NARM

NARM, Personal Growth & Healing

NARM is a powerful tool for personal growth and healing. By understanding and addressing the root causes of your complex trauma, NARM can help you reconnect with your authentic self and lead a more fulfilling life. Whether you’re seeking to improve your relationships, get insight into your professional life, or simply achieve a greater sense of peace and well-being, NARM can provide the support and guidance you need on your journey.

Systemic Work

Systemic therapy works with an awareness of the dynamics held in relational systems helping to shift our roles and identities that keep us stuck within them.

Systemic therapy views individuals as components of larger systems like family or workplaces, considering their behaviours, decisions, and challenges in this context. It helps people recognise how their environment shapes their actions and thinking, and how they impact the system in return. Techniques include analysing roles and relationships within the system, identifying systemic patterns and issues, and facilitating change through altered perspectives and behaviours.