Being an integrative therapist means that I am able to adapt my way of working depending on your needs, personality and timeframe.

That said, I always work in a person-centred way.  This ensures that you have space and time to bring whatever you need.

Sometimes it is important to talk about your past to understand where patterns of behaviour began and sometimes it will be helpful to use creative methods in order to help you to talk about what is going on. I bring an holistic approach so that we can work with any pains, fears or other sensations in your body as well as your thoughts and feelings.


I have worked with people from a variety of backgrounds and for a number of different charities and organisations.

  • I have been working in private practice for a few years, which means I have been seeing clients with any kind of presenting issue.

  • I am particularly familiar with the anxiety and panic that many people are currently experiencing and can help to develop ways of coping with this.

  • I have a lot of experience of working with bereavement and loss having worked for Cruse Bereavement Care and the Carers' Centre in Lewisham. 

  • I have worked in universities and higher education for 10 years and have a strong understanding of the pressures both staff and students are facing.  I love working with university students, including mature students and have valued the opportunity of accompanying them through an important time of transition.


I am a fully qualified integrative therapist.  I  have a Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from UEL, a certificate in bereavement counselling from Cruse Bereavement Care and a NCFED Certificate in Obesity Skills (National Centre for Eating Disorders).  I am an Accredited Member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and work within their Ethical Framework.