About me


I am passionate about psychotherapy as a means to effect real and lasting change. After many years’ consideration and experience I decided to pursue a professional career as a therapist.

I chose psychodynamic therapy as it strongly resonates with me. My experience has shown me that the psychodynamic approach is highly effective in getting to the heart of what can be troubling someone, and engender a long-term, sustainable change.

I have undergone four years of study to gain my qualification in Psychotherapy, and am academically trained at one of the most highly regarded institutions in London, WPF. I am currently working in an NHS placement at Mile End Hospital in Tower Hamlets, and am separately co-facilitating a group working with addictive behaviours.

Training is a continual process for for professional psychotherapists and I continue to attend additional courses, adding specialisations and training, whilst consulting and working with a wide circle of fellow professionals in the field.

I have a wealth of clinical experience with a broad range of patients.
I offer a confidential, highly professional relationship in a caring, safe and containing environment for people to explore their past and present difficulties. We will use the relationship that develops between us to understand how you relate to others in a wider context. It can be difficult work, but ultimately a very rewarding experience.

AS an accredited member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy) and FPC (The Foundation for Psychotherapy & Counselling), my work is approved by the main regulatory bodies in this field.