As an integrative therapist I draw from a number of modalities namely that of the Psychodynamic and the Humanistic traditions as well as being influenced by Existential thought. I see each client as an individual, my approach reflects this core belief.
Therapy fosters the potential for you to reflect over such concerns, bringing new meanings and insights and the possibility of change.
Psychotherapy can offer the opportunity to understand how to initiate better regimens of self care whilst we may also explore methods with which to manage your anxiety; this is key to addressing stress on both body and mind.
With over 10 years’ clinical experience, having completed the Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Integrative psychotherapy at Regent’s University London. Over the course of my experience I have worked in charities, a publicly funded treatment facility, and an institution of higher education, whilst maintaining a private practice.
In my practice I endeavour to provide a safe and reflective space, for my clients to increase their understanding and awareness of themselves and their relationships with others.
I offer both long and short term once weekly therapy.
I charge on a sliding scale between £60-£95 dependent on affordability.
Sessions last 50 minutes. I am currently working online only.
I also have some discretionary rates.
Like all UKCP registered psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors I can work with a wide range of issues, but here are some areas in which I have a special interest or additional experience.