About Paul Newham
Throughout my vocation, I have traversed the interface between expressive and introspective practices, synthesising arts and psychology to formulate methods by which to support people of all ages with diverse needs. I have taught my evolving methodology to practitioners across healthcare and educational sectors, and led experiential workshops for those desiring to deepen their awareness of personal strengths and vulnerabilities. I am particularly noted for my research into the therapeutic application of sound and music, voice and language.
Development of My Work
How I work
In addition to my group teachings, I offer one-to-one support to those for whom I can make a significant difference. I work with clients in-person, by telephone, or through web-based video, accommodating those most likely to benefit from my expertise, without the constraints of location.
I do not conform to an exclusive psychological model or pedagogic process. Nor do I identify myself specifically as either a therapist or counsellor, coach or mentor, tutor or facilitator. Having traversed the interface between discreet disciplines in a wide range of roles, I synthesize elements from multiple sources of inquiry and inspiration, whilst remaining independent of any single structure.