We are a mother-daughter team of psychotherapists who have come together to create a seminar specifically designed to explore the importance of mother and daughter relationships.
I am a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, with over three decades of experience in the field. I attained my Master’s degree in Psychology from Vilnius University in 1990 and have since applied my psychodynamic approach to help individuals struggling with personal problems, relationship issues, communication difficulties, and familial concerns.
My extensive expertise has led me to teach psychology at major Lithuanian universities throughout my career. In 2003, I obtained the formal psychotherapist qualification and have since been a Group Analysis lecturer at Vilnius University.
In 2015, I began providing remote counselling and psychotherapy, further expanding my ability to help individuals overcome challenges and achieve their goals.
Urte Pauzaite - Thompson
I am a person-centred counsellor and psychotherapist, having achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Liverpool Hope University in 2016. My experience in the care sector led me to pursue further education, and I attained a Master’s degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy from University of Strathclyde.
As a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I have been able to utilise my expertise in various organisations since 2018, providing clients with person-centred counselling.
Since 2021, I have been extending my reach through my private practice, offering remote and in-person counselling services.
More about our Seminar
In our seminar we explore the complex and dynamic relationship between mothers and daughters. As therapists, we have seen an influx of female clients struggling with issues related to their mothers. This inspired us to create a seminar specifically designed for mothers, highlighting the impact the mother-daughter relationship can have on the daughter’s well-being.