Integrative Psychotherapist (BACP)
I use techniques from person-centred theory, psychodynamic theory, cognitive behavioral theory (CBT), and ideas from existential philosophy. Most importantly, though, I focus on building a relationship with the human being in front of me.
I’m a registered professional member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). This means that I work within strict professional guidelines and comply with the BACP ethical code.
I work with adult clients face-to-face, at HQ Therapy Rooms in Hackney and at North London Therapy Rooms in Kentish Town. I also work online, via Zoom or Skype. I offer short-term or open-ended, long-term psychotherapy.
I’m aware that making the decision to come to therapy can bring up all sorts of feelings. You might feel nervous, or awkward, about sharing deeply personal thoughts and emotions with a stranger. This is understandable.
I’m a warm, compassionate, and curious person who will try and make you feel heard and validated. I’m interested in your story; how what’s happened to you informs how you are in the world, and with other people.
My aim is to build a relationship with you that will feel safe enough for you to honestly explore whatever you’re going through. I’ll help you explore the meaning of your difficulties and, if it’s helpful, work with you to find new strategies that may make life feel more peaceful.
Over time, psychotherapy can lead to a greater sense of control in your life and deeper relationships with others. Sometimes, it might be helpful to consider the interactions between us. This can be a safe and useful way to think about patterns in your other relationships.
I work with people with a wide range of difficulties, such as depression and anxiety, relationship and attachment issues, addiction, low self-esteem, anger, and feelings of stuckness or helplessness. I’m experienced in working with trauma and abuse, with a special interest in complex trauma.
My approach is LGBTQIA+ positive, with consideration of differences and discrimination.
- Each 50-minute session costs £70.00.
- I offer lower-cost places to those on low incomes.
Qualifications and experience:
- PGDip Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy (Distinction), University of East London
- MSc Psychology, University of Westminster
- My background is in journalism. I worked as a broadsheet journalist and editor for 15 years. I’ve also worked as a university lecturer in journalism.
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