I am a psychologist and a psychotherapist. I have extensive experience of working in the NHS and charities supporting people diagnosed with severe mental illness and emotional distress. In my private practice, I work mainly with people who have suffered with complex relational trauma and struggle to find meaning and purpose.
Psychotherapy is a specific kind of conversation, meant to deepen your self-understanding so that you can live better with yourself and have more satisfying relationships with others. If you have experienced complex relational trauma, and you now live with its after-effects, we can work together to understand and ameliorate its negative impact.
I have extensive experience of working with people with psychiatric diagnoses. As well, I have experience working with individuals who identify as sexual, racial, cultural and power minorities.
I trained at Metanoia Institute and the University of East London. I qualified with a Doctorate in Integrative Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy.
I have professional registrations with the UKCP and HCPC.
My current model of psychotherapy is mostly psychodynamic, with my main influences being from the Jungian schools.
I work online and in person.