I’ve had a range of life experiences which have informed my therapeutic practice. I’ve lived and worked in a number of different countries and settled in London in 2012.
In the past I’ve worked in the private sector in luxury hospitality. I later worked for many years at various organisations supporting refugees and asylum seekers including the British Red Cross, Refugee Council and Freedom from Torture.
I am the former Assistant Clinical Services Manager of the Psychological Therapies Team at a local Mind in London where I managed a team and acted as both a therapist and group facilitator. I helped develop and run a successful group called Managing Anger and Difficult Emotions.
Education: Bachelor of Commerce (Ryerson University, Toronto), MA Refugee Studies (UEL, London) and Diploma in Psychodynamic Practice (University of Oxford), MBACP (Member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists)
I adhere to the BACP ethical framework for counselling professionals. I attend regular clinical supervision to support me in my work.