The Way I Work

Are you struggling with any of the issues below? I have detailed experience in working with...
 
  • Low self esteem

  • Anxiety

  • Worry surrounding gender 

  • Panic attacks 

  • Self harm

  • Suicide ideation

  • Addiction

  • Career planning

  • Depression

  • Eating Disorders

  • Worry surrounding sexuality

  • Stress

  • Work difficulties

  • Social anxiety

  • Bereavement

  • Therapy for creatives

My Experience...

I am a BACP accredited, qualified integrative therapist. I have worked with and for various organisations and counselling services across London, as well as at higher education institutions as an on-site psychotherapist and within a private practice environment for over thirteen years.

My Practice...

I trained as an integrative psychotherapist and counsellor. Integrative therapy (or integrative counselling) is a combined approach to psychotherapy that brings together elements of different therapies. Integrative therapists tend to take the view that there is no single approach that can treat clients in all situations - and because everyone is different, the therapy you will receive from me will be individual to you. Understanding that every client is completely unique is a cornerstone to the way I work; I always respect individuality and I listen to your wants and goals, tailoring my approach to you. I have a foundation in a form of therapy known as Person Centred (Rogerian), integrating elements of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Narrative, Brief Solution Focus and Psychodynamic therapies, depending on my client's needs.

Above all else, my main aim is to remain empathic, open, non-judgmental and to always try to understand you and the way you see the world.

Online Therapy...

Post-pandemic, I am currently working solely online, offering Zoom or Skype counselling. Some people prefer online therapy because they feel more comfortable working with a therapist who is not local to them, or sometimes Skype/Zoom therapy offers better flexibility in terms of session times. For other clients, taking away travel time can open up more availability and online sessions can potentially work better for people with busy lives (or shift workers) too. 

For some, leaving home might be traumatic or emotional, or physical challenges might make getting outdoors harder. 

There are lots of reasons why online therapy might work for you. Get in touch with any questions, or to book an initial online session.