Experience and Training

I am a qualified psychotherapist with many years varied experience.

I have worked in several charities and have experience of supporting people who are struggling through a difficult pregnancy, with pregnancy loss, and parents who are grieving the death of a baby. I also work with people touched by birth trauma at any stage of their journey.

I worked for both Childline and Refuge and understand the complexities involved in abusive relationships and the legacy of those experiences for people striving to recover from them.

I have extensive experience working with people who are impacted by the burdens of a chronic health condition (whether their own or someone they care for) and those who are facing life-changing diagnoses. Specific conditions I have knowledge and experience of are stroke; diabetes; cystic fibrosis; cancer; gut and bowel conditions; kidney disease.

In private practice I have experience working with workplace stress, bullying and burnout as well as issues involving sexuality and confusion of identity.

Outside of my private practice I work in the NHS as a senior psychotherapist in the renal unit at King's College hospital in Denmark Hill.

My background equips me to work with people who are experiencing loss and grief; anxiety and depression; fears for their health; crises in their relationships; and with those who are questioning the meaning and direction of their lives.

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the Society for Existential Analysis.  I undertake regular clinical supervision and continuing professional development.