Psychotherapy is about creating a space for conversations on what matters to you. These conversations do not happen for most of us in our daily lives. Without such conversations, you may experience internal conflicts leading to emotional and health problems.

Perhaps, you are unsatisfied with life, work and/or relationships but find yourself unsure and confused about how to understand your own struggles. I am able to offer support through counselling and psychotherapy if you are seeking help for:
  • Depression
  •  Anxiety, fears, compulsions and obsessions
  • Issues of sexuality and sexual identity
  • Difficulties with fulfillment in life
  • Stress and addictions
  • Personal and social or political impotence and confusion 
  • Relationship issues
  • Difficulties straddling racial and cultural divides
Once we reach mid-life, we start to pay attention to such conflicts and our personal psychology. Long-standing problems require a commitment to your psychological development and creating a space for dialogue about these matters.

I have been helping people manage emotional and psychological distress for the past 26 years. I trained at Metanoia Institute and gained a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy. I am registered with the UKCP and BACP as a Psychotherapist and HCPC as a Counselling Psychologist. I am an associate at Number 42, the complete psychotherapy and well-being service. I work in Central London to offer a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment and committed to challenging prejudice of all kinds.

Talking and walking the path with someone trained to help might be just what you need.