I'm an experienced and qualified psychodynamic counsellor that works with a full range of themes; from aggression, anxiety and bereavement to addiction, abuse and trauma.
I began working as a counsellor in 2000. My experience is based on working with a diverse clientele group in various settings, including the NHS and primary schools providing play therapy. I've worked extensively with men and women who've experienced sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse. I also have specialist knowledge of parenting difficulties including those related to parenting twins and multiples.
I am member of the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), a widely known and respected professional body, and adhere to its strict code of ethics, standards of practice and confidentiality. I am a registered member of the United Kingdom Register of Counsellors/Psychotherapists (UKRCP) and have a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Psychology degree from the University of Oregon.
What does psychodynamic mean?
Psychodynamic counselling is an active form of therapy without being directive. It looks at relationship dynamics, past experiences, perceptions and unconscious actions to determine the source of emotional turmoil. Self awareness occurs by exploring both known and unknown aspects of your experiences in a safe, non-judgmental environment. When self awareness grows, patterns that block potential are identified, understood and addressed, often leading to resolution or acceptance.
BA Hons Psychology
BACP Accredited, BPC member
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment please call
+44 774 081 6016
104D High Road
London N2 9EB
An easy walk from the East Finchley tube station (Northern Line - High Barnet branch) and local transport.