Shirley Moore - Integrative Psychotherapist

Being an Integrative Psychotherapist means that rather than working to only one psychological theory I build my work around each of my clients based upon their individual needs. My work is with adults both short and long term and is all based on offering a warm, safe and confidential space in which my client and I can explore their experience with sincerity and compassion.  

I draw particularly on humanistic approaches which appreciate the creativity that lies behind a wide range of problems and combine relational psychotherapy with modern neuroscientific evidence-based methods to help facilitate psychological change. I also have significant experience of coaching from many years of work in professional services and am therefore able to work with coaching models where they are most likely to bring about the change you are looking to achieve. Examples might be to improve your performance at work or to make a major life or career change.

I also have a long established mindfulness practice as well as experience of teaching mindfulness skills to both individuals and groups. My work with clients therefore often includes a mindfulness dimension. 

Qualifications

I have a Clinical Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy from the Metanoia Institute and an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy from Middlesex University, as well as a Certificate in Coaching from The Relational Academy. I am registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and am a member of the Metanoia Institute. I abide by all those organisations' ethical codes and frameworks.