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OUR FOUNDER

Photograph of Camille- Founder of Alinea Therapies, Integrative Psychotherapist and EMDR therapist

Trainee Counselling Psychologist,
Integrative Psychotherapist & EMDR Therapist

UKCP, MBACP, GMBPsS

Embarking on therapy can feel daunting, but within our sessions, you'll find a supportive environment to express yourself freely. I meet you where you are, without judgment, offering empathy and understanding as we explore your experiences together. I believe that awareness is key to transformation. By delving into all aspects of your experience—thoughts, emotional, and physical feelings—we uncover new insights and possibilities for change in the present moment.​

 

In our therapeutic relationship, we'll reflect on what brought you to therapy and navigate through your struggles with care and understanding.  We'll work together to gain insight and develop coping strategies tailored to your needs.​

 

I offer both short-term focused and long-term in-depth psychotherapy, which both have their merits depending on your needs for therapy. I am experienced  in supporting people experiencing a wide range of challenges and diagnoses, and I specialise in processing late diagnosed ADHD, family estrangement and recovery from trauma. My relational-developmental approach places emphasises the significance of early childhood relationships, and on-going personal relationships in shaping our experiences and perceptions.

I incorporate various therapy modalities into my practice including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing therapy (EMDR)

 

​Our sessions take place in a confidential, and supportive environment, fostering growth and change at your own pace. If you're interested in exploring EMDR therapy, please reach out, and we can discuss if this modality is the right fit for you.

TOGETHER WE'LL WORK ON

the here and now

  • Having your feelings about current difficulties in your life, exploring what has brought you to therapy now and making sense of what is going on.

  • Building safety in our relationship through consistency and slowly getting to know each other.

  • Helping you to develop healthier habits and coping strategies in your daily life. 

  • Practice emotional intimacy and vulnerability by talking about the dynamics of our therapeutic  relationship so you can feel more comfortable doing so elsewhere.

the past

  • Identifying your triggers by making connections between how you are currently feeling and noting any patterns that may be repeating from earlier experiences, so that you can break the cycle.

  • Processing your feelings about things that happened in your past, and things that what didn’t happen, so you feel less impacted by them today.

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