Introduction to my Blog
This blog is based on conversations I’ve had with myself and other people over the last twenty years or so whilst becoming and practicing as a Nietzschean Psychotherapist. I write using a semi-fictional creative writing style as I find it is more engaging than the more conventional case study.
Case studies are rhetorical devices designed to demonstrate competency, or promote ideas and theories, they present as though there are a set of verifiable facts that if laid out systematically will result in an unbiased conclusion. For this reason they are not the best genre for a Nietzschean.
I prefer to present truths as butterflies; light and fleeting, a sudden change of direction, occasionally one lands here or there, or it might pass you by completely, and when it has flown away all that is left is the impression of having seen a butterfly.
Fiction is history that might have happened. History is fiction that did happen.Andre Gide
Latest from my Blog
A very short story about a man, a stranger and a herd of goats on a hill-side discussing internal voices, exorcism, angels, demons, multiplicity, integration, healing, listening, the self, the Bible, walking and amongst other things, animal husbandry.
This blog is about an interview I went to hoping to get work as a leadership and executive coach. It describes how the act of making myself invisible enabled the interviewer to see me.
I practice as a Nietzschean Psychotherapist and am fully accredited as a psychotherapist with the UK Council for Psychotherapy. I see people online or in person in Cambridge and in Angel Islington, London. I work with individuals, couples and in groups. I offer executive and leadership coaching to people in business, science and tech, law, the arts, academia and from voluntary and religious organisations. I’m also a clinical supervisor and trainer.