Blythe is a warm, empathetic psychotherapist. They are non-binary and use the pronouns they/them. They believe that therapy should be accessible to everyone no matter their economic background as a safe space to express, explore and process difficult events and painful thoughts. Therapy can be a difficult undertaking because it is a specific space for processing and releasing our mental pain. Blythe is committed to supporting people as they work towards greater self-compassion and self-discovery.
Professionally, Blythe has worked in education as a Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) teacher for five years. They have extensive experience working with children aged 5 – 18 with specific learning difficulties like dyslexia & dyspraxia; speech, language and communication needs including autism; and social, emotional & mental health difficulties including ADHD. Thanks to this experience and their identity as a neurodivergent person themselves, Blythe welcomes other neurodivegent people to work with them in therapy.
Blythe is currently working towards accreditation as a psychotherapist and is particularly interested in working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. They are studying an integrative course which combines aspects of Transactional Analysis, relational, trauma-informed and psychodynamic therapy. They are a student member of the UKCP. Blythe works within The Awareness Centre in Clapham.