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The principle aim of psychotherapy is not to transport one to an impossible state of happiness, but to help (the client) acquire steadfastness and patience in the face of suffering.




Before my training as a psychotherapist, I worked in various creative industries including music and film. Through this experience, I gained an understanding of the pressures, insecurities and self-doubt that can come with that world. I am very interested in helping clients reconnect with their true selves, which can sometimes be obscured by their adapted performance or creative personas that are developed to mask any vulnerabilities. Furthermore, I aim to help individuals cope with and navigate the emotional highs and lows associated with creative output.

I am also interested by the impact of boarding school on our personal development and the potential consequence it may have on forming emotional connections and attachments. Together, we can explore the extent to which these past experiences have shaped survival strategies that may no longer serve you as they were originally intended. To what extent has this become a maladaptive way of engaging in the world? 

I am an integrative psychotherapist which means I am informed by a number of different schools of thought or therapeutic modalities including psychodynamic, existential and humanistic. This allows me to work flexibly according to individual client needs rather than using a one size fits all approach.

I provide a safe, non-judgemental and supportive environment to foster a collaborative exploratory space. The sessions are client-led, which means the content and pace of work is set by you and guided by me.

I am particularly interested in attachment theory in terms of how our early relationships to our primary caregivers can shape and influence the way we learn to relate to the world in the present. Exploring the past can help bring a kinder more compassionate stance to why you are the way you are. 

My style of therapy is relational, which means the working relationship between us is key as we explore patterns of relating that play out between us. It is vital that you feel comfortable with whoever you choose to see and are able to be open with how you are finding working together.


As the client you can also expect the work to involve an exploration of how you relate to those around you, noticing any patterns that emerge and discovering how these impact on your sense of self.


Postgraduate Certificate in Integrative Psychotherapy (Regent's University London)

MA in Integrative Psychotherapy (Regent's University London)

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychotherapy & Counselling (Regent's University London)

Foundation Certificate in Psychotherapy & Counselling (Regent's University London) 

I am an accredited member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy and a registered member of BACP. 



  • Anxiety

  • Confidence and self-worth

  • Family issues

  • Feeling isolated

  • General stress

  • Impact of boarding school

  • Inner conflict

  • Lack of purpose

  • Life transitions  

  • Loss, rejection and abandonment

  • Low mood

  • Relationship problems

  • Shame

  • Social anxiety

  • Struggles with creativity



If you are interested in the services I can provide, please get in touch to ask any questions or to arrange an initial consultation.



Face to face

Online Sessions (I offer a limited number of concessionary online slots )


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