My approach is person-centred. That means our work together is a collaborative relationship focused on understanding how things are for you.
I believe what matters is how you perceive your inner world and experiences, rather than anyone else.
When life feels challenging, it can be hard to manage or make sense of it on your own. But talking openly about your thoughts and feelings in a safe, supportive, and confidential space may help you find a way forward.
My intention is to listen and accompany you in your exploration of your experiences, with genuine curiosity and acceptance, and without judgement or agenda. Everyone’s process is unique, and we’ll be guided by your direction and pace.
By coming to understand yourself, your relationships, and your situation better, you may find more self-acceptance and clarity. And in turn, be able to make more fulfilling choices in your life.
I'm a psychotherapist with experience working with people from a diverse range of backgrounds, each with their own unique challenges and life experiences.
I work 1-1 with individuals online or in person in Hackney, E8.
I hold a Clinical Diploma and an MSc in Contemporary Person-Centred Psychotherapy from the Metanoia Institute in London.
As well as private practice, my clinical experience involves work in community-based counselling services across London, supporting clients to understand and work through a wide range of issues.
I follow both the UKCP and BACP Code of Ethics. This includes regular supervision of my work and ongoing professional development.