I undertook a rigorous clinical training at WPF Therapy, a leading clinic and training institute in London. I hold a PG Dip. in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice from Roehampton University as well as a first degree in Economics. I am a qualified Chartered Accountant and worked in financial services for over 20 years.
I am a professional member of Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling and a registered member of the British Psychoanalytic Council. I work within their stringent code of practice and ethics which ensure that high standards of care, confidentiality and professionalism are adhered to at all times. I adhere to the CPD requirements set down by these professional bodies.
Like many people who become therapists I have also experienced being a client in psychodynamic psychotherapy and I believe the opportunity to talk and receive confidential and informed support can promote change. I am committed to providing this professional support in a welcoming environment. Therapy is an opportunity for you to think about your life, who you are, and where you fit in.
I am curious and respectful of people from all walks of life and the concerns they hold. I aim to adopt an unbiased and accepting approach when engaging with areas of difference such as race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, class, age, culture and nationality.