I can relate to the challenges of modern life and the complex pressures which people face in their personal and professional lives. As an existential psychotherapist, I ground my approach to therapy in an open attitude of curiosity and wonder. I believe in building trust and forging working partnerships with my clients so that therapy can be effective and meaningful. I create space for an open dialogue with my clients so they can explore their lives, confront the challenges affecting their well-being, and better understand their place in the world. I nurture clients’ personal growth through a process of collaborative enquiry and self-discovery, helping them find their own solutions to move forward in their lives with greater clarity. I work with adults of all ages in person, on Zoom or by phone, in time-focused or long-term therapy.
I am a qualified existential psychotherapist registered with the UKCP; I hold an MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling and a Postgraduate Certificate in Existential Psychotherapy from Regent’s University London. With a background in the commercial sector managing businesses and large teams, people have always been my passion. I’ve worked as a therapist in various clinical settings, ranging from sexual health education to community mental health and bereavement services; I now work as a practitioner in private practice on the south coast and for a group practice in London. With a relaxed, warm, and compassionate manner, I draw on my broad and diverse professional experience to support clients as they face the challenges which affect their daily lives, whether anxiety, depression, trauma or relationship and sexuality-related issues. My areas of expertise include bereavement and grief therapy; working with LGBTQ clients across a breadth of lived experiences; supporting clients as they work through career, employment, and redundancy-related issues.