I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist offering a safe and quiet place to talk in the City.
I have experience of working with adults in long term and short term psychotherapy. I have a long background in education and working with families where mental health is an issue. I have experience in an NHS setting where I work with a wide range of people with diverse problems, including ante and post-natal depression and anxiety, addictions, bereavement, the after effects of abuse and trauma.
I trained at WPF Therapy, London, one of the leading institutions for academic and clinical training in psychotherapy in the UK. I hold a postgraduate diploma in psychodynamic psychotherapy, and am currently working on an MA in psychodynamic psychotherapy. I have further training in Forensic Psychotherapy from the Portman Clinic and in Couples Therapy at the Tavistock Clinic.
In addition to seeing clients at WPF Therapy for several years, I have been a counsellor in an NHS GP surgery in South London and a London prison. I am now working at South London and Maudsley Trust in the perinatal service for women and infants.
I am currently working as part of St Paul's Psychotherapy, as well as independently.
I am a registered member of the UKCP ( United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy), the FPC (Foundation for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and a member of the BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council). I adhere to the professional code of ethics set out by these bodies.
Therapy and counselling can help with:
- Relationship difficulties at work and at home
- Stress and panic
- Eating disorders
- Self harming behaviours
- Pregnancy-related issues
- Sexual problems
- Relationships with parents and siblings
- Physical illness