Julie is an experienced Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience working with children and young people. She is accredited with an MA in Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and is registered with the BACP. She is also an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, Child Counsellor, and trainer in schools.

Julie’s work involves addressing a wide range of difficulties from situational distress to developmental trauma. She takes an integrative approach to meet the unique needs of each client and utilises a variety of creative media such as drawing, painting, story work, puppetry, drama, and sand tray to create a safe space for clients to make sense of their emotions and struggles.

Julie has experience working with children with Autism and other complex needs, designing the best therapeutic support to meet their needs. She also works closely with parents, schools, and outside agencies to ensure a systemic approach to therapy.

Julie is passionate about the power of creativity to facilitate well-being for children and adults alike. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in the Therapeutic and Educational Application of The Arts and regularly incorporates artistic expression into her therapeutic work.

Julie also offers support for parents who may feel overwhelmed or stuck in dealing with recurring issues. She provides a confidential safe space for parents to reflect and explore alternative approaches.

Julie is a highly skilled and compassionate therapist who prioritises creating a non-shaming and respectful space for clients to explore whatever they choose to bring.

Julie is registered with BACP, her membership number is 383012.

  • MA Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy
  • Certificate in Child Counselling Skills
  • Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic and Educational Application of the Arts
  • Diploma in Waldorf Education/Teacher Training
  • Diploma in Transpersonal Arts
  • BA in Textile Design (Fashion and Textiles)
  • Dyadic Developmental Practice, Psychotherapy & Parenting
    Dyadic Developmental Practice Institute, 28 hours, 18 – 21st March 2024
  • How to support your dysregulated child
    Beacon House Online Training, 3 hours, September 2023
  • The Power of the Senses
    Beacon House Online Training, 6 hours, September 2023
  • Developmental Trauma for Professionals
    Beacon House Online Training, 12 hours, September 2023
  • Building Emotional Regulation Skills in Children & Young People
    Beacon House Online Training, 6 hours, September 2023
  • Self-Harming in Children & Teens
    Beacon House Online Training, 1.5 hours, September 2023
  • Working with Developmental Trauma
    Centre for Child Mental Health, July 2023
  • The impact of trauma on the child’s developing brain
    Centre for Child Mental Health, June 2023
  • Supporting parents to use PACE
    Dan Hughes, May 2023
  • Working with children who self harm
    IATE London, February 2018
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Training
    IATE London, January 2018
  • Using storytelling as a therapeutic intervention
    IATE London, May 2017
  • Sandtray therapy: Techniques & interventions
    IATE London, May 2017