“Kaspa is an experienced psychotherapist. He brings a lovely mix of qualities to his work:- spaciousness, sensitivity, playfulness and integrity. He specialises amongst other things in working relationally, with embodiment , and with the wild or eco- psychology. I’ve seen his work grow and deepen and would thoroughly recommend him as a therapist.”
Allison Priestman, Embodied-Relational Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer.
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From a client: “I really appreciate Kaspa’s wisdom and approach which I experience as still and holding. I always feel safe and … fully and completely accepted, just as I am. ”
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“I have worked with Kaspa over the last year  and found his approach to be ethical, genuine and able to facilitate change in others. I would recommend him as a therapist and feel that his knowledge of mindfulness only enhances his work.”
Lucy Walker, Supervisor
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“Kaspa’s approach to his work displays attentiveness, thoughtfulness and willingness to be in relationship with the client. His transactions with others shows a sensitivity but also robustness that seems to come with a clear sense of his own identity. I value the intent of Kaspalita to engage with the client just as they are, in a psychologically game free way. He has a boundaried approach which is obviously valued by clients.
In short Kaspa is a kind, compassionate, and interested practitioner.”
Deborah Herbert MSc (Psych); RGN, RMN
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“I recommend Kaspa. [He] is very skilled in listening, asking timely questions and making occasional inspired suggestions. His intuitive and caring approach has helped me to find greater clarity and purpose around every issue I have brought to our sessions.”
Andy Paice, Natural Insight Coaching
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“Kaspalita is a Buddhist priest in good standing with the Amida Order within which he has proved himself to be a reliable, compassionate and skilled friend to all, sincere and dedicated in practice and with a wide range of talents that he is happy to use for the common good. It is a great pleasure to have him as a companion on the path.”
Dharmavidya David Brazier, author of Zen Therapy and Head of the Amida Order.