Hi, my name is Kaspa. I’m a psychotherapist & supervisor using Internal Family Systems and I’m also a Buddhist teacher. This website is mainly about my therapy practice.

I work in Malvern, Worcestershire in person or online.

Why come and see me? People get support from me with strong emotions, with anxiety or depression, with relationship strugglesstuckness, or for healing trauma and letting go of unhelpful beliefs.

Internal Family Systems is a powerful way of getting to know ourselves; of creating more spaciousness and groundedness; of  letting go of our unwanted reactions, emotions and behaviours;  and for healing our emotional wounds.

I am committed to healing and have a deep trust in the therapeutic process.

If we work together I’ll offer patience and spaciousness and I always go at your pace. I am grounded and solid, and can be playful. I care about my clients. I value honesty, curiosity, compassion, creativity and imagination.

I welcome whatever you bring to our sessions: woundedness, wariness, anger and other strong emotions, relationship issues and so on.

Through listening deeply, and supporting you to listen to and understand yourself the healing process unfolds.

Therapy sessions take place in my consulting room, in the centre of Malvern, or can be online. Therapy can also take place outside: ‘wild therapy’ or ‘eco-therapy’ (e.g. walking in the hills) which some clients find supportive.

Therapy is an ongoing relationship and sessions are usually weekly. Find about about the practicalities and book a session here: Therapy with Kaspa. See this page for more about me: About Kaspa

The website for the Buddhist temple I run in Malvern is here: Bright Earth

I have received training in Internal Family Systems, Embodied Relational Therapy, Buddhist Psychology and in Wild Therapy – deepening my outdoor practice.

I taught mindfulness meditation for many years, and although I’m not teaching classes at the moment, mindfulness practice continues to support my therapeutic work.

Header image cropped from ‘Buddha’ by Andrew Yee. Some Rights Reserved