I provide online clinical services for adults who are struggling with their illness, whose quality of life is poor but who want to live a meaningful life despite their illness. In relation to health psychology theories and scientific evidence, I use various evidence based and established therapeutic interventions such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Pain Management and many other practices such as mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques, therapeutic writing, trauma and grief work. The aim is to restore daily functioning and minimize the many consequences of chronic illness on your quality of life. I place a strong emphasis on people's existential and spiritual well-being. Read More >
Long-term illnesses can have some pretty grim consequences (e.g. fatigue, pain, isolation, frustrations, anxiety, anger, grief, uncertainty, depression, lack of meaning and purpose in life), and despite a vast amount of scientific evidence supporting the role of psychological, social and spiritual factors in determining how well people cope, manage and adjust to their condition, these are often neglected within health care and if not supported or managed well, can be detrimental to a person's quality of life. My aim is to provide an online service to patients anywhere in the world where these are addressed. To provide a supportive environment where concerns are not minimized, where people can find solutions to their problems, find ways of coping better and feel empowered to eventually manage their own health and situation effectively, alongside that of their health care providers. The aim is to minimize the constant and often exhausting struggle with your illness and restore your daily functioning and quality of life.