I am Psychodynamically trained and have a deep interest in exploring the roots of difficult feelings and behaviours.

We often get stuck repeating patterns of thought and behaviour which can leave us feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. Therapy may help us notice these patterns and gain a deeper appreciation of how and why we acquire them. With this new found space, we can offer alternatives to ourselves in how we are able to acknowledge and respond to our distress.

Together we will begin uncovering unconscious processes which are likely to be showing up in your life. With this new found knowledge we can move forward in resolving difficult relationships and ways of being in the world.

Common Issues

I have worked with people from a range of cultural backgrounds and have extensive experience working in several diverse boroughs in London.

I have worked with people facing a wide range of issues including but not limited to:

  • Anxiety 
  • Low mood & depression 
  • Disordered eating 
  • Bereavement and loss 
  • OCD 
  • Suicidality 
  • Domestic abuse  
  • Relationships
  • Shame 
  • Anger
  • Childhood and other trauma (including relational/attachment trauma, transgenerational trauma, sexual abuse, neglect, homelessness, torture/war/loss of home, loss of status/family, major life transitions, move from one country to another/culture to another)

Therapeutic Aims

My aim as a therapist is to be authentic and to communicate with you honestly and openly.

It is not often that we are able to give ourselves a specific, intentional space each week in order to reflect and ‘just be’. It is a privileged space and we will work together to honour this by speaking openly about how the therapy is going.

I would be very happy to have an initial 10-15 minute phone call with you, free of charge in order for you to ‘meet me’ and discuss your hopes for the therapy. There is no obligation to commit to the therapy after this call.