Integrative Body Psychotherapist
Limited availability for new referrals for online therapy or a combination of online/in-person
Hayley is a UKCP and EABP registered Body Psychotherapist and supports people seeking a deeper, more embodied, and creative relationship with themselves, others, their work and life itself.
Hayley supports people who are exploring trauma and blocks to their creative life force and the opportunity for a fuller, more enjoyable experience of life.
Blocks to the creative life force can manifest through stress, depression, anxiety, anger, panic attacks, trauma, loss, long-term illness, pain, fatigue, issues around self-image, self-esteem and confidence, intimacy and relationship issues, sex and sexuality, life phases, meaning.
Availability: Sessions are available for online only (zoom) or a combination of online and in-person.
Hayley trained at Metanoia as an Integrative Psychotherapist (1997 - 2001) and Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre (2005 - 2011). She has undergone training in Somatic Trauma Therapy with Babette Rothschild, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) and Guided Drawing for Healing Trauma with the Institute for Sensorimotor Art Therapy.
She has worked as a psychotherapist for 17 years and also has 25 years experience as a coach and facilitator of personal and organisational change. She founded Silk House Therapy Practice in April 2010 and co-founded the big room cic in 2019.
Hayley's approach to psychotherapy is influenced by her Elemental Chi Kung practice (Teacher Training with The College of Elemental Chi Kung) and Vipassana meditation.
BA (hons), PG Dip. Integrative Psychotherapy (Metanoia Institute), PG Dip. Body Psychotherapy (CBPC), PG Cert. Biodynamic Massage (CBPC), Dip. Leadership & Creativity (Institute of Creativity), Dip. Elemental Chi Kung (Teacher Training), Masters by Research (MRes) University of Wales Trinity St David.
Accreditation and Memberships
Hayley abides by the CBPC, UKCP and EABP codes of ethics. She is required to re-register annually and undergo a re-accredition process every 5 years. These processes ensure that she remains 'fit to practice' and can demonstrate ongoing clinical supervision, continuous professional development and a commitment to self-care.
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