For most of my career my main role has been as a therapist. While my training is in a number of modalities, I see myself as primarily an ACT therapist (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) therapist. As I hope is apparent form the rest of this website you may already realise, I have a strong interest in the mindfulness-based therapies. I also have a strong commitment to the scientist-practitioner approach. That is, the use of evidence-based practices in therapy.
I regularly see treat people for a wide range of issues, some of which include: