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About Me

I began my career in mental health working in local community projects supporting disadvantaged children and vulnerable adults in Vauxhall. This is where my love and appreciation of the resilience and strength of humans grew and where I began to see the benefit of supporting people to get to where they want to be. After this I worked in children mental health, teaching and supporting children who had experienced complex trauma and violence. It was here that a knew that I wanted to be a therapist and began my training.

I chose to train Integratively as I had learnt through my career that we are all individuals with different needs, at different time, so being able to work with the changing needs of my clients was important. We do not exist in isolation, which is why I approach my work in a holistic way, taking into account issues of class, race, gender, sexuality etc to help you build a picture of your lived experience. 

After starting my private practice, I saw a need in my clients to have the space to speak about sex, sexuality, gender and relationships as many felt awkward or that people might judge them. From my training (in progress) as a Psychosexual and Relationship therapist, I have cemented my non- judgemental, sex positive approach to exploring psychosexual issues and relationships. 



 

Education

  • PgDip in Psychosexual and Relationship therapy (in progress)

  • PgDip in Counselling and Psychotherapy

  • Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy

  • Foundation in Play Therapy

Experience 

Outside of my private practice, I have volunteered and worked at a range of private, nhs and charity mental health settings. These include:

  • Psychosexual therapist in training- NHS

  • Honorary Counsellor- Transform Counselling

  • Social Inclusion Project Worker- Mind

  • Honorary Counsellor- Wandsworth Bereavement Service 

  • Phone line Volunteer- SANEline

  • LinkedIn

I am a registered member of BACP and a student member of COSRT 

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