How I work


Whether you are in search of short-term, solution-focused therapy, or looking for longer term counselling, I offer an adaptable approach and personalised plan of action, adjusting to your individual needs and working together with you towards your personal goals.
Psychotherapy can be a powerful platform to create a trustworthy, non-judgemental space where challenging matters in our lives can be addressed, in order to understand them and find ways of managing them. Through therapy, we can view our difficulties differently and learn new strategies to overcome our struggles. 

The first meeting

In our first meeting, we will discuss the challenges and difficulties you face, what your goals are in this regard and what you are looking to get out of therapy, in addition to any relevant background information or history you may feel are necessary to bring up.

Here, we can work together towards a plan of action, including both short-term and long-term actions and changes to make; this plan can be adjusted over the course of counselling as needed.

I use a range of therapeutic models in my practice, and I will discuss with you which approaches are best for your individual needs.

Feel free to ask questions about how I work or voice any concerns you may feel during the first meeting.

Issues I work with:

As a psychotherapist, I have worked with individuals presenting with a diverse range of issues in both the NHS and in private practice.

I work in the NHS Mental Health Team and have previously worked in the NHS neurodevelopmental team, where I have worked with individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions such as ASD and ADHD.

I have compiled this list to highlight the common counselling issues which people have come forward to me with in the past.

  • Abuse
  • Addiction(s)
  • Adoptions
  • Affairs and betrayals
  • Anxiety/Stress
  • Anger management
  • Attachment disorder
  • Autism/ADHD/Asperger’s syndrome
  • Behaviour problems
  • Bereavement/loss
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Bulimia
  • Bullying
  • Depression/ low mood
  • Disabilities
  • Eating disorder
  • Family issues/conflicts
  • Hearing voices
  • Identity and cultural issues
  • Learning difficulties
  • Low self-esteem/ low self-confidence
  • OCD
  • Panic attacks
  • Personality disorders
  • Paranoia
  • Parenting issues/Parent and child conflict
  • Relationship/couple issues
  • Separation and divorce
  • Self-harming and suicidal thoughts
  • Spirituality
  • Substance misuse/drug and alcohol addiction
  • Trauma and PTSD Work related issues

Psychotherapy Sessions

I offer therapy sessions for individuals, couples and families, I am available in-person at City Road Therapy in Angel, Central London, as well as virtually, via Zoom.

Generally, these sessions are 50 minutes long in duration; however, longer sessions can be negotiated.

In-Person Therapy

My practise is located in Angel, Central London. It is within 5 minutes’ walking distance from Angel station and is 10-12 mins from Old Street station on the London Underground.