About Myself and how I work
I a qualified psychotherapist and accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. m working towards my BACP accreditation. I have more than 12 years of experiences in the field of counselling.
- Higher Diploma in Person-Centred counselling
- CBT Cert.
- A degree in Substance Misuse management and
- A Master in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Investigation
I also have experience of working with clients struggling with bereavement, survivors of sexual abuse or other forms of abuses, clients suffering from depression, anxiety, PTSD, Trauma, At the risk of mental state (psychosis), low self-esteem, other mental health issues and relationships issues.
How I Work
Deciding to ask for help may not be easy. Our first meeting is an introductory one in which we can decide whether this service is right for you.
Counselling provides an opportunity to express your feelings and thoughts, and be heard in a non-judgemental way. It may be at a time in your life when the way in which you normally cope with things, doesn’t work for you anymore. My approach is integrated counselling offering you a different approach that is individual and comfortable for you.
I recognise and celebrate the uniqueness of us all, and believe that each person has the capacity to change in the way that is right for them.
All personal information disclosed in counselling is confidential except in circumstances outlined by the BACP ethical framework, e.g. to protect someone from physical harm or when required by a court of law. I have regular counselling supervision with a senior colleague.
I cover the areas of Weybridge in Surrey and Gloucester Road in Kensington, London. For anyone seeking counselling who is unable to access my consulting room in these areas, I also do telephone counselling.