I work with individuals and groups of all ages, who face a wide range of complex mental health issues.
I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Pscyhotherapy (UKCP).
I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy, which is informed by the psycho-analytic tradition. I aim to work with my clients dynamically in order to lead to a deeper understanding of the self within our contained relationship. We attempt to explore and understand the source and complexities of issues in order that we can relieve the individual of psychological strain, anxieties and other symptoms, whilst building a secure sense of self amongst many other positive effects.
I gained full qualifications with distinction in 'The Master of Studies in Psychodynamic Practice' at Oxford University. I currently work in schools, privately from Oxford and in a consultancy on Harley Street in London, as well as in residential recovery centres (from depression/addiction etc) and welfare organisations such as the Rugby Players Association. I am also engaged in doctoral research in the development of psychodynamic psychotherapy at the University of Oxford.