Without exception, all of us will at some point encounter difficulties in our lives. Sometimes these difficulties are overcome on our own. Often, however, we require some help.
As a psychodynamic therapist my core belief is that self knowledge may be used as part of an important therapeutic journey that, by nurturing a deeper understanding of ourselves, helps us turn our suffering into meaningful growth. Such a process is the key to transforming the paralysis of emotional pain into the pathway of development and healing.
I work with a model of the unconscious, in a creative and compassionate way, to help you develop the answers to whatever problem you may currently be experiencing. I provide a confidential, reliable, and structured space, where you lead the work and are given the freedom to discover your unknown self.
I have a wide range of experience working with people from all backgrounds, both as a psychotherapist for private companies and charities, and as a counsellor within the NHS.
I hold an MSc in Theoretical Psychoanalytics from UCL, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Practice from the University of Oxford. I am a registered member of the BACP, and the UPCA.
Feel free to contact me for an initial chat and assessment, where you can ask me any questions you may have.