I am a Counselling Psychologist, experienced in both group therapy and individual work. I completed my doctoral training at the University of Surrey with a focus on relational therapy and researching suicidality and bipolar disorder. I have worked with individuals and groups in the NHS for several years across a range of complex and severe conditions, including anxiety, emotional abuse, physical abuse, bereavement, relationship issues and separation, suicidality, childhood trauma, neglect, OCD, phobias and trauma (physical and psychological) amongst others.
I offer evidence-based psychological therapies for a wide range of emotional, relational, and behavioural difficulties for adults (25+). Being trained and experienced in a range of therapeutic approaches means that in collaboration with you I will aim to identify the approach most suitable to your individual needs and your thinking style. My work is formed around the core of a genuine and safe relationship between two equal people, allowing exploration, reflection and change to develop in its own time.
I can offer sessions conducted in either English or German language.
Training, qualifications & experience
DPsych (Doctorate) Counselling Psychology, University of Surrey
BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Portsmouth
Chartered Counselling Psychologist, British Psychological Society (BPS)
Registered Practitioner Psychologist, Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Department of Neurological and Health Psychology
Guildford Hospital, Department of Psychotherapy
Aldershot Centre for Health, Community Mental Health Recovery Service
University of Surrey, Research Fellow University of Surrey, Lead for Personal and Professional Development Therapy Group
City University London, Lead for Personal Professional Development Therapy Group
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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Areas of counselling I deal with
My fees are £70 (Saturdays) and £65 (weekdays) per 50 minute session.
Payments can be made by cash, cheque or online bank transfer.
Cancellations of appointments made more than 24 hours before the session will not be charged. Cancellations of appointments made on the day of the session will be charged at the full rate.