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I am a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist and a registered and accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Please have a look around and get in touch if there is anything else you would like to know.

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People come to therapy for many different reasons: you can't sleep, are finding it difficult to move on from a person or situation, you’re having trouble at work. Or maybe you’ve noticed a change in yourself, or some repeating patterns that you’d like to understand better. Perhaps things simply don’t feel right and you’re not sure why.


Whatever it is, I aim to create a calm and accepting space for you to explore what's going on, to be yourself and gain greater insight as to who that is.  If you feel a desire for change, I work collaboratively with you to decide upon both the route and the destination. And, looking beyond therapy, I hope to help you develop a sense of assurance in your own beliefs and values, and an understanding of how to draw on your inner resources to face life's challenges.

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I work with individuals; adults (ages 18 and above), of all gender identities. My approach is from an integrative model, which means that I’m trained to use elements of the main therapeutic approaches: psychodynamics, person-centred and cognitive-behavioural. People are as varied and diverse as the issues they bring, and I believe finding the right combination of skills and theories suited to you is very important.


I subscribe to the person-centred approach that if the right conditions are created a person can be, and express, themselves authentically. I believe that everyone knows what’s right for them and I see my role as helping you get to know that. It never ceases to humble me how powerful it can be to be seen, heard and understood.


As a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy I adhere to the BACP ethical framework and receive regular clinical supervision from an accredited practitioner. I also attend regular training as part of my ongoing Continual Professional Development (CPD), and have recently completed courses on attachment, and providing online and telephone counselling.

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I have a private practice and work with a broad variety of individuals, on numerous presenting issues such as, relationship troubles, life transitions, self-esteem, work stress and feeling stuck. I have also worked for an orgnaisation providing low-cost counselling to people working in the arts, and I've previously been an honorary counsellor for Mind in Haringey, and a psychotherapy service in south west London.

I have worked in a number of sectors; however, visual art has always played a part. I worked for many years with artists' film and video.


University of East London, Postgraduate Diploma Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP accredited)

Tavistock Relationships, Introduction to Psychodynamic Couples Psychotherapy

City Lit London, Person-Centred Counselling Skills Level 2

University of Leeds, BA (hons) Fine Art International, incl. 1 year at Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, Krakow

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You can contact me by phone, text, or email to arrange a fifty minute assessment. I offer appointments on Monday afternoons and Tuesday mornings. 



The assessment will give us the chance to get to know each other and see if we’d like to work together. If so, we’ll meet on a weekly basis, at the same agreed time, for a fifty minute session. The number of sessions we have is up to you and we can discuss this as part of the assessment.


For face-to-face sessions I have a practice in Archway. I also offer sessions online.


I charge £25 for the initial assessment and £65 per session thereafter.


I take regular breaks and will give you as much notice as possible. Missed sessions outside agreed periods will need to be paid for so I can hold the slot for you.

You can read my digital policy here.

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Crisis support: Samaritans

For children: Childline

General mental health information: Mind;

Students Against Depression

The Worry Tree


Mindfulness Meditation

Experiences shared:

Troy Deeney

Aisling Bea

Ruby Wax

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