Cas Bourne-Jones Psychotherapy
I believe that finding trust and dialogue in the therapeutic relationship offers an opportunity for creativity and healing.
People explore psychotherapy for many different reasons, which are unique to the individual. I am offering an empathic listening space for you to be heard, my presence on a safe and trusting journey and my commitment to issues around connection and identity.
I am an independent Psychotherapist and have been studying for an MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at BCPC, Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling. I completed this six year training last summer but continue as a senior trainee until dissertation submission. I run my small private psychotherapy practice in the city centre of Bath at The Lansdown Clinic and have five years of client experience. Coming from a humanistic and integrative psychotherapeutic perspective enables me to work with you in offering a compassionate and accepting therapy in order that we can explore hidden, denied, buried or distressing experiences and relationships. Sometimes we meet difficult challenges and relationships in our lives, which could form disrupting blocks to our normal happy and healthy living. We may :
- have buried or unwanted feelings and associations that keep resurfacing causing pain and suffering
- be struggling with bereavement and coming to terms with our loss and grief
- have a desire to understand our anger, frustration or fear
- be facing depression or anxiety which have become unbearable
- be experiencing relational trauma and relationship breakdowns
These are just a few areas why clients may seek therapy - there are many more. Psychotherapy can help in rebuilding new pathways to knowing ourselves. The way we view ourselves can often be connected to our relationship with others, which in turn can reflect how others view us. In working together co-creatively, to encourage feelings of inner connection, it may be helpful to identify and explore past or denied traumas and life experiences to better understand their impact on present patterns of relating.
rather than evade it,
Perhaps one day we will be able to see the light……"