My work is ultimately about creating awareness of and releasing the trauma that underlies the hidden biases and assumptions that cause othering of self and other.
I am a Creative Psychotherapist and Coach
The way I work is bespoke to your needs. We use our first session to understand what you’d like to work on and together we define some specific goals for our time together. We review our process at regular intervals. At the end of the process we do a final review to notice what you’ve learnt about yourself, and what you’ll do, if anything, with this knowledge.
In terms of my personal experience, I have had my own journey with PTSD and ADHD. Childhood trauma began to emerge via PTSD flashbacks in 2007. I had a breakdown in 2010. A combination of art, coaching, therapy, and my own somatic and mindfulness-based experiments has been the foundation for my recovery. I have recently begun to understand how the trauma affected and related to being ADHD, and how I’ve instinctively masked that, and inadvertently created many coping strategies. My lived experience helps me relate to clients, but, ultimately, we are all different so I like to honour those differences and draw on the similarities only if appropriate.
I offer a free 20 minute consultation over Zoom.
I am also an artist and a poet. This is my Artist Bio:
Julia Fry adores detail and repetition. You will see this in her work over and over. She likes to think about the meaning of her work once repetition and detail begin to establish themselves. As she adds layers, she begins to see themes emerge reflecting internal and external influences such as processing childhood trauma and her love of natural phenomena and the awe it inspires. Another aspect of her work is creating interactive experiences that take you into another world or perspective. Julia’s work is ultimately about creating awareness of and releasing the trauma that underlies the hidden biases and assumptions that cause othering of self and other.