Helping you to cope with life's pressures
"An experienced psychotherapist working with adults individually and in groups."
Working at my rooms in Queen’s Park, North West London and Marylebone, Central London, I am registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and supervised in my practice according to their requirements. All my counselling and psychotherapy work is carried out in compliance with the BACP Ethical Framework and the UKCP Code of Ethics.
What my clients say
How it works
What is psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a conversation with a therapist that seeks to explore and make sense of how you experience life. It is a process that enables you develop emotionally, to become aware of and, where appropriate modify, your responses with a view to enabling you to become more fulfilled and feel more at ease.
Why consider psychotherapy?
All of us experience difficult or emotionally troubled times in our lives; memories of the past, painful events in the present and worries about the future, can all stretch our capacity to cope with everyday life.
At such times talking to an experienced, qualified psychotherapist who can listen with an open mind and a non-judgmental attitude, understand and help make sense of what is unfolding, can be of lasting benefit and awaken or re-awaken a desire to live life more fully.
What do I offer?
Each person is different, each has a history that is unique to them and each will experience issues, past or present, in their own way. As the relationship I have with my clients is central to the way I work, each therapy is highly individualised and evolves at its own pace in its own way; none is the same as another.