About Me:
Working as a psychotherapist is my passion and vocation. I am Senior Accredited - a stamp of experience and expertise - by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I now work largely in private practice, providing counselling/psychotherapy (I use the terms interchangeably) and supervision for other therapists. Alongside my private practice, I have reviewed research submissions to the World Cultural Psychiatry Research Review for nearly six years.

Having lived and worked in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, for two years from 2014, I am experienced and privileged to have worked with a diverse group of people. Prior to the Netherlands I worked in a range of UK settings: public, private, and specialist (for example in domestic abuse). I have also trained other therapists on a counselling degree/diploma. Prior to qualifying as a therapist I worked in the Financial Services sector.

As part of my professional ethics, I meet with another experienced psychotherapist (a supervisor) regularly to support optimal working.

Now - London:
For face-to-face sessions I am available in Leytonstone (London, E11). Online, I work with English speakers after having completed a qualification in Cyber Therapy. By 'online' I mean Skype voice, video and instant message sessions.

Counselling/Psychotherapy Agreements

Here is a copy of my Counselling Agreement. It is information about how I work, such as my policy on upholding confidentiality, data protection and professional ethics. I have a slightly different version for working online given the different ethical considerations: Online Counselling Agreement. I tend to discuss these with clients in a first session but welcome questions at any point.


  • Senior Accredited Registered Member, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling Supervision (Counselling Xtra)
  • Certified Cyber Therapist (Online Therapy Institute)
  • Member, Association for Counselling and Therapy Online
  • MSc, Mental Health: Psychological Therapies (Barts and the London School of Medicine)
  • BA hons (First), Person-Centred Counselling (Metanoia Institute)
  • BSc hons, Economics and Economic History (University of Warwick)


  • Clinical Lead of the Counselling Service, Mind in Enfield (April 2018 - October 2018, Maternity Cover)
  • Counsellor/Psychotherapist, Private Practice (Jun 2011 - Present)
  • Editorial Board Member, World Cultural Psychiatry Research Review (Jul 2013 - March 2019)
  • Locum Counsellor/Psychotherapist, University of the Arts (Jan 2017 - Jun 2017)
  • Assistant/Guest Tutor, Metanoia Institute/Middlesex University (Apr 2013 - Feb 2015 & Oct 2016 - Feb 2017)
  • Counsellor/Psychotherapist, St Bartholomew's Hospital (Jun 2013 - Apr 2014)
  • Counsellor/Psychotherapist, Lifeline, Addictions support service (Jan 2013 - Dec 2013)
  • Counsellor/Psychotherapist, Woman's Trust, Domestic abuse support service (Jul 2009 - Oct 2010)
  • Student Counsellor/Psychotherapist, MIND (Sep 2009 - Jun 2010)
  • Student Counsellor/Psychotherapist, Metanoia Counselling and Psychotherapy Service (Nov 2008 - Nov 2009)

Some Specialisms

Although I list below some of my specialisms, it may be useful to know that evidence consistently points to the 'relationships' between client and therapist as being more important in meeting aims than finding a therapist that has worked with a particular issue before. So, feel free to contact me and discuss if you don't see what you are looking for below.

  • Communication
  • Stress
  • Work-related issues
  • Relationships
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Loss
  • Domestic abuse


Counselling or psychotherapy (I use the words interchangably) is a talking process through which distress can be reduced and meaning can be found. It is a safe and confidential space where clients may work through difficulties with a trusted companion, moving towards change and/or finding peace in a way that can be difficult to do on one’s own at times.

My approach, person-centred, is one of three main approaches to therapy in the UK (the other two being psychodynamic and behavioural). I let clients 'lead' with the talking, based on my belief and experience that they know best where 'hurts'. You are the expert on yourself. My aim is to understand and attune to you, and in doing so, to help you understand yourself better or differently. This new self-awareness - new information – tends to bring an increased sense of ease, and often inevitable changes in behaviour. In summary, root causes of difficulties are gently addressed.

Coaching often addresses the interface of the professional and personal. Therefore there can be a significant overlap, where both counselling/psychotherapy and coaching may address confidence and competency at work; decision-making; leadership skills; communication and interpersonal difficulties; barriers to progression, self-defeating attitudes, etc.

Each session is 50 minutes. I'm available on weekdays during the day and evenings.

I charge £70 per session for individuals and £90 for couples/pairs per session. I offer some concessions if the full fee is unaffordable - please ask me about this.


I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (the BACP). To be a member I have proven my capability for competent and ethical practice, and adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework.

Please contact me if you have any other questions or to discuss these.

Some Further Training Courses Completed

  • Couples Therapy
  • Group Facilitation and Empowerment
  • Addiction and Dependency