Psychotherapy


Psychosynthesis is a profound gentle and practical mode of counselling and Psychotherapy. It is a suitable approach for many life situations such as:

  • Relationship difficulties
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Grief
  • Abuse issues
  • Depression
  • Meaninglessness
  • Alienation etc.

In the context of careful listening and the building of a trusting relationship, various techniques are used to enable a deep self understanding and acceptance.

Honouring both our potential and our woundedness, it aims at the harmonious integration of our inner elements leading to experience of our true identity, the discovering of our true will, meaning and purpose.

 

Practitioners



Catherine Kirwin, MA., Dip. Psych. Syn., UKCP + MBACP reg.

Catherine has been practising counselling in Chepstow and Monmouth since 1994, when she qualified from The Psychosynthesis and Education Trust. In 2005 she gained an MA in psychosynthesis psychotherapy. She has also trained for a year with Gestalt South West and with Jill Gabriel in Couples Counselling. She is an accredited member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and a registered UKCP psychotherapist. She offers long and short term counselling and psychotherapy. She works with individuals and couples.

Married to Mark, they have a daughter and live in the lower Wye Valley.

For further information, please visit my website.

My other therapies

Couples’ Therapy

Counselling

 


Mark Kirwin, MA., Dip. Psych. Syn., UKCP reg.

Mark KirwinMark undertook training in an initial three year Psychosynthesis diploma at The Psychosynthesis and Education Trust in 1987-90 and the advanced Diploma in 1994, followed by the M.A. programme in 1998-99 (gaining a Masters degree with a dissertation exploring the relationship between existential crisis and spiritual awakening). Now a UKCP registered Psychotherapist working full time in private practice in both Chepstow and Monmouth centres. Mark is available for short-term focused individual work, couples counselling and longer term ‘depth’ work, as well as professional supervision.

Married to Catherine, they have a daughter and live in the lower Wye Valley.

 

My other therapies

Couples’ Therapy

Counselling