Psychotherapy allows you to talk and be listened to in a confidential and non-judgemental setting. The process of therapy gently encourages deeper reflection, which can lead to greater clarification, allowing you to see what choices you have, including what needs to be accepted and what can be changed. Increased reflectivity can lead to a stronger sense of self, deeper inner confidence and improved relationships. It can be a challenging process but it can also be extremely rewarding.
My approach as a therapist is primarily influenced by my interest in existential philosophy whilst also drawing on my training in psychoanalysis, humanistic and existential psychotherapy.
I work with clients at my private practice in Hertfordshire and North London and at a private hospital in North London. In the past I have worked as a therapist at the LGBTQ charity London Friend, as a student counsellor at Middlesex University and at MIND, working with people from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of issues.
The areas I work with include, but are not limited to:
- Panic attacks
- Bereavement and Loss
- Historic Trauma
- Eating Disorders
- Domestic and Sexual Abuse
- Anger and Aggression
- Addictive behaviours
- Work and Career Stress
- Relationship Issues
- Sexual Difficulties and Sexual Identity
- Suicide ideation and intention
Get in Touch
For more information please visit the About Me page or contact me by email or telephone to schedule a consultation.