Type of Therapy
Relational Transactional Analysis for individuals, couples and groups.
About Me & How I Work
I know that coming to therapy can often feel difficult and scary. The desire to want to change often comes out of finding yourself stuck in the same place. This can feel confusing and even overwhelming, so finding the right therapist for you is essential.
Together, we will work on making sense of the mental blocks you’ve hit to unlock new ways of thinking through the past in order to awaken present. I am a warm, empathic and direct counsellor who can offer you a confidential space to explore yourself and your relationships deeply and in your own time.
I understand that you might be coming into therapy for any number of reasons- the breakdown of a relationship, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, bereavement, paranoia, or trauma. Whatever it is, I will support you in your journey. I work in a relational and empathic style that creates a safe working environment for us to explore what may arise.
Areas I Work With
- Anger Management
- Self confidence
- Self esteem
- Family conflict
- Life Transitions
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Professional issues
I am a certified psychotherapist in Transactional Analysis with a Masters in Science and a Diploma in psychotherapy
I am an experienced clinical practitioner having worked at Metanoia Counselling and Psychotherapy services (MCPS) in Ealing, Putney Mead (NHS) and West London Counselling service in short term therapy and with long term clients at Mind in Twickenham.
I am a Member of UKCP and governed by the UKCP code of ethics. I am also a member of IARTA and EATA, the International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis and European Association of Transactional Analysis
I charge £60 per 50 minute session for individuals
£120 per 90 minute session for couples.
I offer a sliding scale for those who are students/unemployed
I offer a free phone consultation for us to discuss your needs before we begin our work.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me as I know that taking the first step doesn’t always feel easy.