About Me

I started my academic education with an undergraduate degree in Psychology at Metropolitan University and now am working as a part of multi- disciplinary professional group providing eservices for adults with severe learning disabilities.

I then extended my academic education by completing master degree in Psychodynamic Counselling at the Goldsmiths University. While training to be counsellor I volunteered for a number of charity organisations including bereavement, women’s organisations and a service providing counselling for ethnic minorities.

A significant interest for me as a counsellor lies in bereavement work and much of my training and experience is in mental health and personality disorders, however my aim is to meet the needs of as wide as possible group of clients. I have worked with a wide diversity of clients including those whose first language is not English. It is also my aim to continuously progress and develop my skills to be able to work with new groups of clients. I welcome anyone who needs support and time to reflect.

Since having completed my degree at Goldsmiths I have undertaken many other training courses eg. CBT and Mental Health Training, Bereavement Counselling, Trauma Treatments, LGBT and identity.

I am a registered member of the BACP and I adhere to their ethical framework.

I also have regular supervision.