My Experience

With substantial experience working in NHS mental health services since 2005, my contributions span both children’s and adult services, providing me with valuable experience in collaborating with individuals, families, and interdisciplinary teams.

Proficient in offering support for general well-being, my approach addresses various mental health challenges, such as low self-esteem/confidence, depression, stress, and anxiety, including phobias, generalised anxiety, and panic disorders.

I have specialist experience in working with people with physical health difficulties, for example, adjusting to a new condition and the ongoing emotional impact a physical health condition can bring. I have also worked with people living with a visible difference. I have specialist training in the assessment of neurodevelopmental conditions, and have acquired many years of working with Autistic people in therapy.

My Values

I am dedicated to cultivating a supportive and empathetic environment within my practice, fostering an atmosphere conducive to navigating life’s challenges. I recognise the importance of my role in creating a secure space where we can collaboratively explore your difficulties, aiming to forge a mutual understanding and a direction of therapy aligned with your goals and objectives.

My commitment extends to the thoughtful integration of evidence-based interventions, tailored to the unique needs of individuals or groups. I take pride in my ability to creatively adapt psychological concepts, ensuring that they are not only rooted in evidence but also accessible and personally meaningful to those seeking support.

The Models I Work With

I am trained in a wide range of models, which I tailor to best suit the person and their presenting difficulties. In my practice I draw on: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) and mindfulness-based practices. I draw upon systemic theory especially when working with families and teams.

Clinic Information

I provide in-person therapy near Bank, London, for children, adults, and families. Additionally, I offer video sessions for individuals, families, and teams. I conduct Autism assessments and provide post-diagnostic support for individuals and families.

Training and Qualifications

  • Supervisors training/ Advanced supervisor training, 2017/ 2022
  • Trauma-Focussed CBT, 2019
  • Solihull Approach Resource, 2019
  • ADOS-2, 2017
  • Video-feedback Intervention to Promote Positive Parenting and Sensitive Discipline (VIPP-SD), 2016
  • Webster Stratton parenting: incredible years, 2016
  • British Sign Language (levels 1-6), 2015
  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, DClinPsy, 2015
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Low-intensity IAPT interventions, 2010
  • Advanced counselling skills (certificate), 2005
  • Psychology Single Honours, BSc, 2005

Professional Registration

  • Registered Practitioner Psychologist, Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL32218
  • Chartered membership with the British Psychological Society (BPS): 207511.


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