About me

"What I am is good enough if I would only be it openly" - Carl Rogers

My experience

I have been clinically practicing for five years, supporting clients with a range of concerns and issues. I work both in-person, via video-call and telephone.

I currently work with Cradle Charity as an appointed Cradle Counsellor, facilitating their Connected groups, supporting bereaved mothers and fathers through their pregnancy loss(es). I am also a Trustee for Cradle.

I am also a registered practitioner with the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM). I support musicians, actors and performance artists with their mental health issues - particularly anxiety, low self-esteem and loss.

Alongside these roles, I also accept private clients at my South East London practice and online. If you would like to talk more about working with me, head to my contact me page to book an introductory call.

I have worked in various clinical settings including an addiction rehab centre and a perinatal mental health charity.

What issues can I help with?

I can support you with:

  • Perinatal loss and subsequent pregnancies
  • Birth trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Low self-worth or esteem
  • Trauma-related issues
  • Life changes or transitions
  • Relationship problems

Who do I work with?

I work with clients from all different paths. My counselling training was built on a foundation of acceptance and acknowledgement of difference and diversity. One client’s experience of anxiety may be completely different to another.

Subsequently, although I work with certain issues and challenges commonly shared with my clients, I approach each therapeutic relationship with an understanding and respect of its uniqueness and individuality.

How do I work with you?

I offer you a space free of judgement; full of understanding; based upon authenticity. No facades, no masks. A space for you to discover all of you - the light and the dark.

I offer a space for reflection, deeper understanding and, subsequently, greater acceptance of self... acceptance of all of you.

A unique relationship that holds no conditions, labels or demands from you to be anything other than your truest self.