Morag has been working therapeutically with children, adolescents, school staff and parents since 2014, working 1:1 as well as leading groups.
The therapeutic relationship is at the heart of her work. She understands how hard it can be to make that first step into entering therapy. Her aim is to create a safe, warm space that feels open enough for clients to explore their feelings and expand their thinking, however daunting that might be and to accompany them on their journey into the familiar and the unknown. As an integrative therapist, she is able to draw from a variety of therapeutic models. She uses creativity and the arts in her work. Her belief is that we all have the capacity and wisdom within us to create positive change.
She has an MA (with merit) in Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Counselling from Terapia and is a member of United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). She supports trainees in her role as a Therapeutic Lead in School with Ealing Schools Counselling Partnership (ESCP), and leads a supervision group for second year students at Terapia, which is part of Middlesex University.