~MSc Therapeutic Counselling
Because I prefer to use a variety of approaches in counselling I trained in an integrative approach, consisting of person centred, humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
A level 7 British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy-accredited course.
~BSc (Hons) Psychology
Psychology degree at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Current and Previous Posts
As well as seeing clients on a private basis I also work with organisations.
- Student Counsellor in Higher Education
My roles at universities in London (as a Counsellor), has given me a wide variety of clinical experience with both students and members of staff. Working therapeutically on a short term basis is a vital part of the work.
~Counsellor, One in Four
One in Four supports survivors of childhood sexual abuse. I work with clients on a weekly basis using a variety of therapeutic techniques. Continuing professional development training helps enhance my work in this specialist area.
~Bereavement Service Counsellor, St Christopher’s Hospice
I provided regular counselling for people who were recently bereaved, including some who were themselves terminally ill.
An honorary counsellor role at two GP surgeries in Dulwich. As well as carrying out assessments, I saw clients for a wide range of problems, including anxiety, depression, relationship issues and panic disorders.
I also have experience of working on mental health wards.