Psychotherapy & Counselling Sessions Wimbledon

Issues we can explore: Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy can help at times when we feel isolated or experiencing a major life change, such as:

  • relationship issues
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • confidence
  • addictions
  • panic disorder
  • Issues of sexuality and gender can be discussed in an open and honest way
  • family issues can be explored without tension, guilt or recrimination.

Psychotherapy should feel supportive but also challenging - how else will your life take on a different course? Working together we will identify your negative thinking patterns and work on solutions that can open your life to new possibilities.


At the first session we can explore your situation, how you are feeling and your expectations of therapy - there is no obligation on you to commit to further sessions nor any commitment required to a minimum number of sessions.

I accept cash or debit/credit cards at the end of each session.

Off-street parking is available at Wimbledon.

My Training, qualifications & experience:

My training is integrative which means that I draw upon a range of different therapeutic models but is essentially humanistic and existential. This means that I value your subjective experience and in our sessions the work will be tailored to your individual needs.

  • BA (Hons) English Studies
  • Diploma in Psychoanalytic Psychology Birkbeck College (University of London)
  • MA Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling from Middlesex University through studies at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling in London.

I am fully accredited with the Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association (UPCA) and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and I am fully covered by Professional Liability Insurance.


I have extensive experience working with clients with:

  • depression and anxiety
  • couples
  • relationship issues
  • LGBT* issues
  • loss and bereavement counselling
  • survivors of sexual abuse.

I have been trained in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) at Guy's Hospital, London, where I worked for nearly four years as an honorary counsellor.

I have also worked as a counsellor at a bereavement centre, university, sexual abuse centre and at HM Pentonville Prison.
I am interested in working with people from Black and Ethnic Minority backgrounds and members of sexual minorities.
I continue to attend workshops and seminars as part of my professional development.


Coombe Lane
SW20 0QT
United Kingdom

Guy's Hospital

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