ABOUT ME

How can I
help?

I have many years of experience helping people face personal, emotional and behavioural issues that are affecting their lives

 

Whilst lockdown precludes the opportunity for us to meet face-to-face, video conferencing via Skype, Zoom or Facetime will enable us to use the call like an ‘in-person’ meeting and there is always the facility to use the telephone should you wish.  Lockdown also affords more flexibility in terms of appointment times enabling my Practice to be open five days a week including the provision of Sunday appointments

 

I strive to offer a sensitive, confidential and collaborative approach to help you think about things in a clearer way and enable you to become more self-aware, more confident and more able to make healthier choices  

 

If you are facing personal issues, a crisis or ill health or are recognising repeated patterns in your life and want to better understand how they affect your relationships, do telephone me and we can arrange an initial meeting to discuss how best to help you at this challenging time in your life

Professional ​
info​​

I trained at the Westminster Pastoral Foundation, London and Regents College London and graduated with a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy in 1998.    I am an Accredited Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and adhere to their ethical framework.  My approach offers both Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, mutually agreed on a time-limited or open-ended basis. I am also able to offer telephone counselling

Work​
experience​

Since that time, I have worked continually as a Psychotherapist in Private Practice in Central London working with a broad range of issues and also have 10 years experience as a Counsellor at a Girls’ Public School working with both the pupils and parents. I work with individuals and couples and my aim is to provide a private and safe environment for you to talk in complete confidence and privacy