Whether you are seeking therapy for a crisis situation, feel stuck or overwhelmed by a problem in your life – or simply find that life seems rather meaningless – I can offer you a safe, objective and supportive space where you can express yourself without being judged.
As an Integrative Psychotherapist with a Masters degree and Advanced Diploma from Regent’s University, London, I draw on a number of therapeutic approaches, tailored to suit your individual needs. These include Attachment Theory, psychodynamic and existential thinking, CBT and Mindfulness. I have experience in a number of clinical settings including private practice, the NHS and the workplace. Through my previous career in the corporate world, I have direct experience of the challenges of juggling the demands of work, relationships and family in today’s world. Accredited by the UKCP and a member of the BACP, I have worked with an extensive range of problems including anxiety, depression, bereavement, low self-esteem, sexuality and relationship issues.
Therapy is an opportunity to explore the difficult aspects of ourselves that might cause us to feel hurt, judged and rejected and which may stop us from living the lives we want to lead. Through a relational and collaborative exploration of your thoughts, feelings and behaviours – and how you feel about the direction of your life – I can help you make sense of what is causing you distress and help you to develop more creative solutions and responses to living day-to-day. Therapy can of course be hard and challenging; I will always engage with you with compassion, attentiveness, honesty and respect.