My friend and fellow psychologist Kerry Athanasiadis recently interviewed me for the Wattletree Psychology blog. In the interview we talked about my journey to the profession of psychology, developing a strong interest in domestic violence and abuse in relationships, and dealing with the demands of motherhood while maintaining a busy practice.
In my answers I have been open about some of the personal experiences that have influenced my approach as a psychologist and steered my professional interests. I believe it is important that as therapists we don’t remain aloof and unapproachable to our clients but rather create a common human connection that demands genuineness on both sides.
You can read the full interview here.