1st April 2020 

Covid-19 I am working online at present. I will resume face to face working once it is safe to do. If you want to know more about online/telephone therapy sessions, I am happy to talk this through with you.

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Psychodynamic psychotherapist and counsellor in Central London

Are you struggling with a difficulty in your life? You might be feeling overwhelmed and unable to move forward. Or perhaps you find it difficult to define your problem?

You may be thinking of seeking help but don’t know where to start. I am an experienced psychodynamic psychotherapist and counsellor in London Bridge, working with those who may be living with feelings of sadness, loss or dissatisfaction with life. I am trained to listen and work with you in understanding yourself better. Therapy can help in finding new ways of thinking and feeling about life’s events, enabling you to move on in your life.

Most people experience emotional difficulties at some point in their lives. People seek therapy for a wide range of issues including depression and anxiety, stress, unresolved issues from the past, feeling unable to move on in life, traumatic experiences, low self esteem or relationship difficulties.

A safe and confidential place where you can talk about your difficulties can bring a sense of relief, while offering the possibility of lasting change.

The areas I work in include:

  • Depression, stress and anxiety
  • Loss and bereavement
  • Difficulties with relationships and intimacy
  • Difficulties with sexuality
  • Traumatic experiences
  • Unresolved issues from the past
  • Feeling unable to move on in life
  • Feeling stuck in unwanted patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving

    My Qualifications:

  • Certificate in CBT skills, Grove Practice, 2013

  • MA (Distinction) Psychodynamic Theory and Practice, Roehampton University, 2013

  • WPF Advanced Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling, WPF Therapy, 2007

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2003

    If you are in an acute crisis and need immediate help, you need to contact your GP, NHS 111 or the Samaritans.