A little about me

I am trained in Person- Centred and Existential Therapy, which is a branch of Humanistic School of Psychology/Psychotherapy and with vigorous continual Professional training in other therapeutic models such as CBT, I apply an integrative approach to my work to meet each individual’s therapeutic needs.

I have extensive knowledge and experience of working in the NHS – CMHT setting – Voluntary Sector Mental Health Charities, such as MIND and Open Door. For the last 20 years I have been working as self employed and in my private practice, I have received self referrals from general public as well as various EAP’s  and Health insurance companies.  I have always been a registered and accreditted member of BACP and worked under the their guidelines with regular monthly supervision.

My professional qualifications and Experiences are:

Event Organiser and facilitator of Counsellor’s Networking Group – South London.

Trained in Couples Counselling.

Advanced Diploma in Person Centred and Existential Therapy. 

MA Training in Mental Health.

Trained in CBT.                                        

Postgraduate Diploma in Supervision.

Run Depression and Anxiety Management Workshops.

Extensive work experiences in Mental Health in the NHS.

Set up and run a therapeutic group workshop in the past.

I am deeply committed to relationships that reflect the equality, dignity and personal authority of the person with whom I am working. I authentically work in order to help you to achieve your personal potential; to support and strengthen your sense of emotional well-being, and your particular strengths and abilities; so that you can grow and better address whatever difficulty and pain you are experiencing. In the current life events unfolding with COVID19 every day and uncertainty all around us can be tough to deal with oneself alone and my credential as an Existential Therapist will allow me to give you the best support possible. We are all going through the same and we need help more than ever before.

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
Confucius, Chinese philosopher (551-479 BC)

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