I help clients with a variety of issues to improve their psychological well-being and make more satisfying life-choices.
Clients can expect a safe and non-judgemental therapeutic relationship, which is strictly confidential.
I am a Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), assuring my level of qualification and standards of practice.
I work as a counsellor in Harley Street, London Bridge, Hammersmith and Fulham.
Take Your Space
My approach as a counsellor is to honour what you think, feel and need. I aim to understand your experience and discern any underlying factors, so that we can bring into focus an improved way forward.
Counselling therapy provides a space to focus on one's self, that can be difficult to find in a busy London life.
My clients often feedback they feel heard and understood and the warm, collaborative therapy space supports them to explore difficulties, make better life-choices and achieve greater well-being.
I love my work. It is a privilege to get to know people in all their uniqueness and diversity, and witness the transformation and flourishing of living life more fully.
People seek a counsellor for support for many reasons. Perhaps:
- following a particular event such as bereavement, relationship breakdown, job loss or ill-health;
- a wish to understand and bring change to struggles or behaviours that may have historic roots;
- a desire for space for personal development.
I offer short-term counselling, usually with a specific focus or open-ended counselling, allowing for a more exploratory approach.
I work with a range of difficulties including
- bereavement & loss
- relationship difficulties
- domestic violence
- physical, sexual and emotional abuse
- childhood sexual abuse
- low self-esteem
- cultural issues
- addictive behaviours
- obsessive and compulsive behaviours.
I have specific experience supporting vulnerable women who are survivors of trauma, abuse and exploitation.