My practice covers all areas concerning psychological well-being, growth and overcoming psychological obstacles constricting finding meaningful harmonious and fulfilling relationships. I am a psychotherapist and faculty member of ANZAP, a Training Analyst with The Australian and New Zealand Association of Jungian Analysts and a Psychoanalytic Couple and Family Therapist. I have tertiary degrees in Religious Studies, Asian Studies, Music Education (Kodály Institute, Hungary), Musicology, Psychotherapy, and Analytical Psychology. I have a doctorate in Psychology.
I have published and lectured widely in Australia, USA, and Europe including the Society of Psychoanalytical Marital Psychotherapists at the Tavistock Centre London; The International Family Therapy Association, Turkey, The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Oxford, St Petersburg, and Italy, Bion in Boston, and most recently in Berlin at The Journal of Analytical Psychology – XIIth International Conference.Books include: Early Childhood Music Education, (Arts Council of Australia, 1989), Acoustically Pure Intonation In A Cappella Vocal Music, (Australian National University, 1996), Being in Love: Therapeutic Pathways Through Psychological Obstacles to Love (Routledge, 2008) and The Meaning of LIfe: psychotherapy as spiritual practice (Routledge, forthcoming). I am a trained teacher of meditation.