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There are times in everyone’s life when things can feel difficult, and sometimes overwhelming or distressing. Whether our difficulties relate to work, personal relationships or struggles with anxiety or depression, psychotherapy can offer some insight and understanding into our feelings, thoughts and behaviours allowing us to make different choices.

My Approach

I offer a safe, confidential and empathic space where together we can discuss, explore and work through your difficulties or challenges . Whilst I draw on several valuable approaches from my training and my life experiences, I prioritise building good, collaborative therapeutic relationships with my clients.

What Next?

If you would like to meet me to discuss whether therapy might be of help to you, please
email me at or leave me a voice message on 07813918880.

I would then offer you an initial consultation where we would discuss your needs and
expectations and see whether I might be able to provide the type of therapy you require.

I offer both short-term and longer-term work.

Practical Details

Language: English
Types of clients: Young adults through to older adults
Availability:I offer clients a 50-minute session at the same time each week.

I work in person on Mondays and Thursdays between 2-8pm at King’s Cross, and Tuesdays
and Wednesdays online.

Fees are discussed at the initial consultation.
I offer some concessionary rates for those with financial constraints.

Types of session: 

  • Primarily in person and on-line.


Training and experience

I have worked with individuals from a range of social, cultural, religious and ethnic
backgrounds in various therapeutic settings, including an NHS surgery where I offered short-term therapy and low-cost counselling services where I offered longer-term therapy. I currently work as an honorary psychotherapist in an NHS mental health service that offers therapy to clients with more complex mental health needs.

Amongst other things I have experience working with anxiety, stress, depression, loss, low
self-esteem, life-shortening illness, life transitions, disordered eating, relationship difficulties and relationship breakdown, early relational trauma and family related issues.

My honorary counselling experience includes:

  • St Andrews Medical Practice (NHS) in Whetstone;
  • Highbury Counselling Centre;
  • The Minster Centre’s Psychotherapy and Counselling service;
  • The Munro Centre and Maudsley Outpatients (an intensive psychotherapy service offering psycho-dynamic therapy, part of the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust).
  • Prior to psychotherapy training I volunteered at Camden Victim Support for five years providing emotional support and practical help to victims of crime, including youth, racial, sexual abuse and domestic violence.

About Me

I am a qualified registered Integrative psychotherapist and counsellor with over eleven years’ experience offering psychotherapy to adults for a wide range of emotional and psychological challenges. I draw on several therapeutic approaches to best suit the individual’s therapeutic needs and goals. I have experiencing working with depression, anxiety, challenging life events (such as miscarriage, separation, divorce, immigration, victims of crime), low self-esteem and relationship difficulties. I offer both short and longer- term therapy.

Professional Memberships

  • Registered member of UKCP
  • I abide by BACP and UKCP ethical guidelines


  • MA in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling and Advanced Diploma from The Minster Centre (Middlesex University; UKCP accredited degree).
  • MSc in Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Business
    School, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa..
  • BA Honours Industrial Sociology, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.
  • BA in Sociology, Ithaca College, United States