I am an integrative therapist and member of the BACP. Aside from my private practice, I work at an NHS service in London. I have worked at a low-cost service and volunteered at a mental health charity for adults, and continue to volunteer at a charity for women struggling with hyperemesis gravidarum.
I also trained at the Royal London Hospital for Integrative Medicine as a CBT-i practitioner, working with people who struggle to sleep.
I am trained in, and practice, different approaches to individual and couples therapy, based on my client’s needs and wishes.
Psychodynamic therapy focusses on your past experiences, your childhood and the messages and learnings you may have picked up along the way. Through understanding how we came to this point in our lives, we can better understand ourselves and the choices we make today. We can use this knowledge to make changes in our approach and the way we live.
Existential therapy is part of the Humanistic model and focusses on the here-and-now. It looks at the human condition and our values, how we are in our world. This knowledge empowers us to make changes as we move forward in our lives.
CBT, short for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, offers skills to help navigate difficult situations. These, together with mindfulness skills, can be helpful in dealing with immediate crises, in order to then delve deeper.
Together, we can work on discovering new approaches to your life and a better understanding of what it means to be you, in order that you can build on your present and future.