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59 St John Street
My style is relaxed, warm and supportive. I allow clients to talk about what ever they wish to, and inquire into their concerns and experiences with interest, care and an open mind. I encourage people to explore and better understand their experiences, concerns or goals, and to expand the range of choices they believe they have.
Issues they may bring include depression, anxiety, relationship or family issues, low self-esteem, anger, guilt, shame, grief or other worries, problems and challenges.
I see people for counselling and psychotherapy sessions in a relaxed, private and quiet office in Central London in Camden, NW1, very close to Mornington Crescent tube station. I also see people at The Farringdon Practice, London EC1, near to Farringdon and Barbican tube stations.
Previously, I have worked as a therapist and counsellor with in-patients at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, students at London Metropolitan University, primary care outpatients at Finchley Memorial Hospital, and employees at the Metropolitan Police Service. I have also conducted assessments for new psychotherapy clients at the Centre for Better Health in Hackney, and I teach occasionally at the New School for Psychotherapy and Counselling in London.
Qualifications and Training
I have completed an MA in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling, and an Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy, both at Regents University in London.
I am a registered member of both the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and adhere to their ethical frameworks. I am committed to honouring the trust placed in me by clients, promoting their well-being, and respecting their right to be self-governing.
Camden: £60 (9am-4pm), £70 other times
Farringdon: £75 (9am-4pm), £85 other times
|BACP :||British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy|
|SEA :||Society for Existential Analysis|
|UKCP :||United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy|