I started my early career as a publicist in corporate communications and after a few years, found myself dissatisfied with my work/life balance and on a quest to explore more fulfilling experiences and alternative paths. This led to a Masters degree in psychology and subsequently the completion of a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
Since 2012, I have worked across a variety of private, third-sector and NHS settings including general psychology, long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy and specialist eating disorder services. I have experience in therapeutic groups and delivering psycho-educational workshops, however I primarily specialise in individual psychotherapy.
My experience spans, but is not limited to, relationship difficulties, family conflict, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, work related burn out and life transitions.
I enjoy working relationally with clients in order to support them in achieving a greater understanding of themselves and their relationships and to identify blocks to make way for active change.