My goal as an integrative therapist is to provide a safe, compassionate and non judgemental place.
No matter what you’re going through, whether relationship issues, depression or anxiety, there is hope.
Based in Surbiton my clients get encouragement and support as they navigate the challenges of life.
As we battle the storm of COVID-19 I am currently seeing clients using online video or telephone.
I am an integrative psychotherapist with an interest and experience in relational issues, anxiety and the effects of long-term illnesses, in particular Type One Diabetes.
I conducted my training in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at London’s Regents University, and am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). This means I abide by their code of ethics.
I currently work as a psychotherapist within the NHS, speaking with a range of adult patients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, past trauma or relationship issues. I also work in a University, offering students short term therapy. Previous to this I have experience in the charity sector.
I run a private practice based in Surbiton that offers psychotherapy and counselling to individuals seeking help through video or telephone sessions.
Prior to my psychotherapeutic training and qualifications, I worked in the journalism industry, therefore I empathise and have an understanding of the busy, competitive and demanding nature the media world entails.