Caroline qualified with her MA in Dramatherapy from The University of Roehampton.
She works in a client-centred way using a variety of artistic interventions – including improvisation, stories, role-play, games, art, images, movement, voice, music – to encourage self-exploration, self-expression, imagination, spontaneity, insight, psychological integration, growth and change.
A safe and holding therapeutic relationship is central to all Caroline’s work.
Caroline has experience working with autism spectrum disorders (ASD); emotional and behavioural difficulties; attachment difficulties; bullying; self-harm; anxiety; low self-esteem and low confidence; domestic violence; bereavement (and sibling support); substance abuse; attachment work with parent and child.
Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist (MA)
As an integrative practitioner I have been trained in various modalities including infant observation, infant and child development theories including attachment, psychiatry, interpersonal neurobiology…