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About me

I worked for nearly two decades in the creative industries – and for a good amount of that while struggling with my own challenges. In 2013, I finally entered therapy and my life began to change. It was this profound journey that inspired me to become a counsellor and help others make similar changes.


During this transition, I worked with a number of different therapists and modalities, including: CBT, NLP, psychoanalysis, humanistic, couples therapy, art therapy, and IFS – before finding my home with transpersonal psychotherapy. I also explored other healing practices like: mindfulness, circling, groupwork, dreamwork, breathwork, yoga, tai chi, bioenergetics, acupuncture, all kinds of dancing, improv, anger release, voice coaching, men’s groups, consent, tantra, Taoism, Buddhism, shamanism, plant medicine, nutritional psychiatry, neurofeedback, light therapy…

As such, I took a holistic approach to physical, mental and spiritual health – encouraging different practices, and crucially learning when to persevere and when to surrender. Whether it’s medieval alchemy finding gold in the shadows, Proust being “healed of a suffering only by experiencing it to the full”, or Gestalt’s paradoxical theory of change – I slowly discovered that what’s in the way is the way... Let me walk with you into the shadows towards healing, as others have done for me.

"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." – Picasso

I'm a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy

(MBACP 404008). I trained at Re-Vision in Queens Park. Outside of private practice, I have worked for several years as a volunteer counsellor at the Psychosynthesis Trust in London Bridge.

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