Tabula Rasa comes from the Latin meaning, ‘blank slate’. The philosopher John Locke used this term to describe how as humans we are born ‘blank slates’ and are subsequently made up of all our experiences. Whilst this philosophy seems to allude entirely to the ‘nurture’ aspect of the nature/nurture debate and doesn’t align entirely with my own philosophy, I liked the term as to me, counselling can offer a new start, or rather, a new way of looking at things.
I use a range of techniques to explore your personal experiences and how they may have had a potential impact on you. Through the collaborative process of exploring your world, troubling habits or concerns can be addressed and positive change can occur.
If you would like help with addressing anger, anxiety, depression, or any other issue which is troubling you please do contact me to see if we can work together.