As an Integrative therapist, Bridget uses a variety of modalities to help children and teenagers deal with difficult feelings, these include creative arts, sand tray, play and talking therapies.
Bridget has been working therapeutically with children and parents since 2008. Former careers include Registered General Nurse in the NHS and Family Support Worker for Ealing Safe Adolescent and Safe Family services.
Since 2013 Bridget has been working in south west London providing multi family therapy groups for both primary and secondary schools. She also works with a number of charities to provide parent psychotherapy for families coping with additional needs, including ASD, ADHD, Down’s Syndrome, learning disability, medical and life limiting conditions, as well as bereavement and loss.
Bridget works with parents and grandparents dealing with relationship matters emotional and psychological difficulties including anxiety, addictive behavior, bullying, emotional regulation, relationship difficulties, parenting, family matters, grief and loss. Bridget also offers clinical supervision for trainee and qualified therapists working with children, adults and adolescents.
MA in Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy from Terapia, University of Middlesex 2012.
Diploma in Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychotherapy and Counselling Supervision, Terapia University of Middlesex 2019. Member of the BACP and UKCP.