About Me

I am fully qualified to work Integratively which incorporates different approaches to therapy that are best suited to you. I also have an artistic background, so I am well equipped to support you in the use of creative therapy interventions if this feels appropriate to you. My own personal life experiences led me to wanting to become a therapist. Having gone through therapy personally, I understand the courage it takes to seek help and the empathy required to support others. 

Professional Experience 

Throughout my training and since qualifying I have worked with a range of client issues such as; addictions, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, bereavement, relationship issues, self-esteem, victims of crime, trauma and self-harm. My work has been with clients from the ages of 11 to 65 + within educational and agency settings, as well as part of clinical research trials.

I am an accredited member of The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) to which their ethical framework underpins my work, ensuring safe and ethical practice. I am also a member of The Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN) and have specifically worked with clients from racialised backgrounds, providing group and 1-2-1 therapy surrounding racial inequality and stigmatised mental health issues. 

In addition to my work as a therapist, I have previously managed a counselling service within a mental health charity, and have achieved media credits that include MTV’s Teen Mom UK and The Voice News. 

I have full liability insurance, Mental Health First Aid status and I am registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) as well as receive clinical supervision on a monthly basis. I also hold recognition with selected Insurers, please get in touch for more info.