About the Therapist
My experience includes working for many years with offenders in the prison service, working as a staff counsellor at London Fire Brigade, and as a lead therapist at Nightingale Hospital (psychiatric). I specialise in working with anxiety, depression, trauma, and sex & relationships.
- MA: Gestalt Psychotherapy Theory
- Diploma: Relationship and Psychosexual Therapy
- Diploma: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Certificate: Humanistic and Psychodynamic Counselling
Other professional training:
- Mindfulness Teacher Training
- Somatic Trauma Therapy
- Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
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The aim is always to improve your quality of life. This means getting a clear idea of what you are hoping for, and figuring out what stops you from moving from where you are to where you want to be. You might hope for: greater fulfilment at work; a richer life outside of work; more fulfilling connections with others; a healthier romantic relationship; or a better sex life. Once we know what we are working towards, we can agree on a strategy for getting there. It usually involves developing your awareness of your habitual processes that keep you stuck; working through blocked emotions or unfinished business from the past, and expanding your repertoire of available resources and strategies for getting what you want or need.
I draw from a broad range of approaches and adjust to the needs of the individual. In this sense, we create the therapy together. Things that might inform our way of working: our respective personalities; what you are working on and towards; what you have tried before; my training and experience.
What remains consistent in all of my work is that I encourage an attitude of present-centred awareness and curiosity. This means paying attention to what is going on inside and between us during our conversations. What we notice will inform the choices that we make in our work together. I find there are two key benefits to working in this way: (1) there is a wealth of useful information to be found in the present moment; (2) it provides a training environment for developing a helpful way of relating to yourself and others.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Attachment theory (Psychodynamic)
- Couple therapy
- Relationship therapy
- Ace | Asexual
- BDSM | Kink
- Bi- | Pansexual
- Non-binary | Genderqueer
- One to one
- Two people
- Three or more people
- No adaptation
- Seniors (60+)
- Young adults (16-24)
Individual Psychotherapy: £90/session
Reationship Therapy: £120/session
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