I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, UKCP and BACP registered psychotherapist, specialising in existential-phenomenological therapy, with some integrative elements added to what others would consider a 'purist' existential-phenomenological approach.
The task of existential counselling and psychotherapy is to help the individual clarify and understand their way of living. The therapist assists clients in moving away from how things "should be" and instead to explore new possibilities and new ways of relating to themselves and others.
I have worked worked in a number of health care settings, providing therapy to a diverse group of clients. I mainly work with relational difficulties, identity issues and trauma work. I am a Lecturer of Psychotherapy & Counselling Psychology with Regent's University London, teaching & supervising at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Currently, I am active in psychosocial migration research, exploring issues of identity, anxiety and belonging and my goal is to contribute to the scientific community to the best of my ability.
Specialties: Existential - integrative psychotherapy, research on skilled migration, teaching & lecturing psychology, psychotherapy, qualitative research methods.