Therapy is about creating the right space, atmosphere and relationship so that the reflecting, processing and healing of your difficulties and can finally take place. It takes a highly skilled and experienced clinician to facilitate this delicate process.
Qualified to Master's level, I am an experienced adult and individual’s psychotherapist practicing an integrative style that draws on the four main theoretical approaches to therapy; psychodynamic (early-life relationships), humanistic (relationship with self), existential (perspectives on life), as well as transpersonal - involving somatic, mindful and creative ways of processing difficult material . I have worked in private practice for 6-years both locally to my home in St Albans, Herts and in London. During this time, I have also worked for the NHS in a clinical setting as part of the Lambeth psychological services team.
I am also a keen contributor of research within the counselling community. My recent thesis was a result of a qualitative study investigating the experiences of female adolescent rebels, from the perspective of the adult remembering their teenage “
'misdemeanours'. Broadly, I am interested in studying the lived experiences of females and males, questioning the societal assumptions held around gender specific stereotypes.