A brief history of me, and how I became a therapist: Counsellor West London

  • Before becoming a therapist, I enjoyed a ten year career in the music industry as a singer and songwriter.
  • I re-trained at Roehampton University where I graduated, top of my year, with a First Class Honours degree in Integrative Counselling.
  • During my time there I started my work in the voluntary sector with Kids Company counselling within a school setting and with teachers vulnerable to work-stress related issues.
  • I went on to work with the Naz Project London offering counselling to a diverse client group, working with ethnic minorities and vulnerable individuals grappling with sexual health and relationship issues.
  • I have continued my work in the charity sector since opening my private practice and currently hold a voluntary position at Wimbledon Guild working with people in the community living with mental health issues.
  • I am currently working towards my Masters, continuing my studies in psychotherapy and counselling research to keep at the cutting edge of practice.
  • My specialist academic area of interest is the study of time within the therapeutic relationship.
  • As a practitioner I have particular experience working in the field of addiction, relationship issues, and with depression and anxiety. I have worked extensively with people suffering from disordered eating.
  • I have also worked extensively with the LGBT community and those dealing with ethnic and cultural issues, bereavement and ¬†trauma.
  • I use an integrative model of practice but have been particularly influenced by the work of the psychiatrist Laing, the psychoanalyst Winnicott, and existential thinkers such as Heidegger and Levinas.
  • I am now a fully qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor in West London, working in private practice with clients of all ages, backgrounds and orientations
Counsellor West London

Counsellor West London

Counsellor West London

Counsellor West London – Supporting #TimetoTalk