Psychotherapy is basically about interpersonal relationships, taking personal responsibility and making choices and is therefore an ideal tool for working with staff teams and groups.


In my experience of working with staff teams, I have been amazed at the changes that facilitating direct expression and communication can make (even though that isn't always easy!) Just a few well-timed and considered interventions targetted ‘below the surface’ can transform a tired, resentful staff team into one full of solidarity, spirit and a desire for joint success.

In order to make team development sessions fun and interesting, as well as impactful and memorable, creative techniques including visualisation, artwork and movement are sometimes utilised in my sessions.

FEEDBACK from team building sessions

”Excellent! I want more!

“Really brought us together as a team”

“I never thought we'd be so honest — but it was great!”

“Lovely and great after a few scary moments!

“Very relaxed and real”

“Good chance to know each others' views and share experiences

“We are now the A team!

“Very useful and relevant to our work”

“Work's so much better now!

When I notice a weakness in another, let me also aim to recognise their strengths

Honest differences are often a sign of progress

Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day I can hear her breathing