“My style is to work with you collaboratively, empathetically listening to your story, without judgement. I provide a confidential, safe space centred around you.”
– Niall Crawley Moore
I understand that making the decision to come into therapy can be daunting; it can seem almost like a formal acknowledgment that things in your life are not exactly as you would like them.
I value the unique individual qualities which you already hold. I firmly believe everyone has the capacity to think, and therefore take responsibility for their life.
We’ll explore any difficulties that you might be facing, inspiring you to find your own answers to possibly deeply buried stressful or emotional feelings, thoughts and beliefs.
Despite the emotional challenges involved in reaching out for support, the acknowledgment of your problems can be the first step in solving them. We’ll explore any difficulties that you might be facing, inspiring you to find your own answers to possibly deeply buried stressful or emotional feelings, thoughts and beliefs.
The beauty of Integrative Therapy is its versatility. I have the freedom to flow seamlessly from one approach to another, as no one approach is necessarily flexible enough to be helpful to all.
As a qualified Humanistic Integrative therapist. I have blended many of the most potent ingredients, from differing modalities. At the heart of my practice are the Holistic therapies; Gestalt, Transactional Analysis and Person-Centered Therapy. Blended together with, Solution Focused Therapy. Including the scientifically proven, cutting edge research into couples counselling, based on published studies from John Gottman’s research Institute
Underpinning, my practice is Poly Vagal Theory. Having studied under the much-acclaimed trauma clinician and consultant Deb Dana LCSW. Author of The Polyvagal Theory in Practice. Based on the 40 years of published research, into the origins and various functions, of the Vagus nerve by Stephen W Porges, PhD.
I have worked in several drug and alcohol recovery units in South London, taking additional training in volatile substance misuse, while working with clients in non-residential medically assisted recovery and harm reduction programs. I also volunteer in a hospice working with pre-bereavement (anticipatory grief) and bereaved clients.
I have a broad depth of working with clients experiencing anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship issues, substance misuse, domestic violence, sexual and psychological abuse, PTSD, panic attacks, depression, flashbacks, loss of children from miscarry, abortion and social service and criminal justice Interventions.
I hold a Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling from the Wealden Institute of Psychology. I have taken additional training in Couples Counselling, Dunamis College Crowborough. I am also a trauma trained EMDR Practitioner, working with complex trauma, panic attacks, anxiety and PTSD, after studying at the EMDR Training & Trauma Therapy Centre London.
I also incorporate mindfulness, meditation and experiential approaches into my practice.
Providing, an atmosphere of safety, support and empathy, facilitating trust. Allowing, you to safely explore your feelings, beliefs and thoughts without fear of judgment. I do not act as an authority figure; rather, the relationship between you and the myself is one of equals.