John-Henry works with individuals and groups of all ages, who face a wide range of complex mental health issues.
He is an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and the United Kingdom Council for Pscyhotherapy (UKCP). He gained full qualifications with distinction in ‘The Master of Studies in Psychodynamic Practice’ and continues doctoral research in psychotherapy at the University of Oxford.
John-Henry practices psychodynamic psychotherapy, which is informed by the psycho-analytic tradition. He aims to work with clients dynamically in order to lead to a deeper understanding of the self within a contained relationship. John-Henry and the client attempt to explore and understand the source and complexities of issues in order that they can relieve the individual of psychological strain, anxieties and other symptoms, whilst building a secure sense of self amongst many other positive effects. He offers therapy to young people and adults for a wide-range of symptoms and issues, including depression, transitions, addiction, anxiety, bereavement and loss, obsessive compulsive disorder, eating disorders and existential issues.
Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, John-Henry played professional rugby with Sale Sharks. He also captained Oxford University Rugby Football Club and led the team to a record 3 consecutive wins at the Varsity Match. He has worked with groups and individuals in various settings including addiction rehabilitation centres, welfare organisations such as the Professional Rugby Players Association, as well as offering leadership support in professional environments.