Private therapy London

How I can help you

I’m first and foremost a human being offering a deeply empathic and soulful setting for therapeutic work.

I believe every client is unique, and my training as an integrative psychotherapist enables me to draw on several therapeutic modalities. Once I get a sense of how you are, and what you need, I can tailor my approach to you.

I’m trained in trauma therapy, and several psychotherapeutic traditions, including Psychodynamic, Existential, Humanistic and Transpersonal. I also draw on a lifetime of meditation, and my work with the NHS in London.

In therapy, I offer a safe, confidential space where we can look at what’s on your mind without judgement. We’ll talk about the past, the future, and what’s happening for you in the present moment. I’ll invite you to let me into your world, to walk in your shoes, so I can experience your point of view.

As we work through issues, you’ll begin to develop a new awareness and sensitivity towards yourself and others. You’ll learn to draw on your own wisdom and guidance.

I look forward to becoming a part of your journey.

IN Therapy London Sessions

Private therapy sessions are 50 minutes long, and are on a weekly basis.

The number of sessions you have is up to you, and isn’t something you have to decide before coming. Sometimes issues are resolved quickly, sometimes they take an extended period of time as explore in more depth.

Your needs and goals can be revisited regularly to make sure you’re getting what you require from the therapy

Qualifications

I trained at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy, London (CCPE) as an Integrative Transpersonal Psychotherapist.

I’ve worked as a psychological therapist for the NHS (IAPT) and volunteered as a counsellor for MIND in Camden.

I have a background in spiritual enquiry, and am a qualified Alexander Technique teacher.

I’m a former London University lecturer, and am currently working towards a research degree in transpersonal psychotherapy.

“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”

Rumi