About Me

I am a psychotherapeutic counsellor and play therapist, with psychoanalytic/psychodynamic training background.  I aim to provide a non-judgemental environment that allows for full and free expression of what is troubling you, my style is gentle but challenging, the therapeutic space is a place to work.  I have been practicing counselling since 2007 and have a wealth of experience of dealing with all sorts of people, with all sorts of difficulties.

How did I end up here?

Following the beginning of my career in the corporate world, I began to feel like it wasn’t the right path for me – I was more interested in other people, more curious about behaviours and motivations a sense that maybe I could help people who are suffering. So after taking a break and travelling, I began a five year journey to retrain in psychodynamic counselling, finally gaining my masters degree in counselling from the University of London, and shortly after I was offered a job in a counselling charity in Forest Hill, South East London where I provided one-to-one counselling, supervised students (including counselling, psychotherapy, counselling and clinical psychology students, social work students and international exchange students) as well as co-running and managing the charity.

Experience of presenting difficulties

I have experience of working with people from the age of four to sixty-four and I have extensive experience in working with people of with all sorts of presenting difficulties, including, depression, anxiety, stress, relationship difficulties, domestic abuse, abuse suffered in childhood, PTSD, gender questioning and sexuality questioning, deliberate self harm, self-esteem, infertility, work related difficulties, family issues, sexual assault and trauma, bereavement, parenting children with difference.


In my work so far, I have developed a few specialisms and I have specific and extensive experinces in working with people who are: