Juliet is a transpersonal integrative psychotherapist. The word integrative means that Juliet draws upon multiple modalities in order to best suit the individual’s needs – from psychodynamic, to humanistic, to existential – whilst setting this all within the transpersonal framework which views the individual’s development against the backdrop of their spiritual unfolding.
Transpersonal psychotherapy addresses all facets of the human experience, including mind, body and spirit. It aims to help individuals get back in touch with their true nature and to reach their full potential in life.
Whilst primarily a talking therapy, Juliet may draw upon a variety of transpersonal therapy techniques in her work such as meditation, visualisations, guided dreamwork and creative expression through writing or art. Where appropriate, Juliet may also incorporate Kundalini Yoga or Shamanic techniques in her sessions. Her aim is to help individuals reconnect with their inner core – or inner divinity – and to empower them to take control of their lives.
Juliet carried out five years of training in psychotherapy at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) and has a broad range of experience working in addiction, homeless and mental health charities, as well as in private practice.
Her specialities include:
Addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, overcoming existential loneliness, issues with self-esteem, creative expression, spiritual/kundalini awakenings, overcoming life challenges and finding purpose in life.
Juliet offers private sessions in Reading, Newbury and Aldermaston, as well as online via Skype, Zoom and FaceTime and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Contact Juliet for further details and an initial phone consultation.
Your longing desires to take you towards the absolute realisation of all the possibilities that sleep in the clay of your heart; it knows your eternal potential and it will not rest until it is awakened. Your longing is the Divine Longing in human form.