He is an experienced Chartered Counselling Psychologist (BPS), Registered Psychotherapist (UKCP), European Certified Psychotherapist (EAP), Accredited Mediator (UK Law Society and Bar Council), and Country Coordinator for the Focusing Institute in New York.
Greg has offered therapeutic trainings and Focusing workshops worldwide, including New York, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Greece and continental Europe. He has served on the faculties of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology training institutes and universities in London, United Kingdom and Edmonton, Canada.
Greg has experience of working psychotherapeutically and supervising in various settings. He has worked with young people on the streets of inner city Dublin, Sheffield, and London. He has counselled sex workers, worked with patients and families in an HIV hospice, and worked with clients around issues of gay and minority sexualities. He has worked as a therapist with international university students, high level corporate executives, and has developed and managed an NHS psychotherapy service in a large acute London hospital. Greg has also worked with psychiatric in-patients experiencing post-traumatic stress and has offered clinical supervision to counsellors at various mental health agencies. He currently lectures in London and supervises psychotherapists for the NHS in Brighton.
His approach to practice is broadly ‘existential’ and ‘experiential’. This emphasises the client’s everyday life experience and their own way of making sense of the world.