About me

I became a counsellor because I am curious about people and what makes us who we are.

I’m a trained journalist who works in the charity sector and I started my counselling training at the Minster Centre in North West London.

I went on to study person-centred counselling at City Lit and completed a BACP-accredited professional diploma in integrative counselling at the Mary Ward Centre. I’ve also completed training in bereavement, shame, short term counselling, complex PTSD and working with trauma.

I have worked as a counsellor at a bereavement service in Kentish Town, offering long and short term counselling to bereaved clients from a range of backgrounds and ethnicities.  I also worked as a counsellor in the NHS at a GP practice in Putney.  As part of a primary care team, I provided short term therapy to clients with complex needs.

I’m a registered member of the BACP and follow their code of ethics. I believe that people from all backgrounds can benefit from counselling and am committed to helping this happen by offering reduced fees for people on low incomes.

Contact me to organise a first counselling session.

“There’s no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”

Maya Angelou, American author