I have been working as a Drama & Movement Therapist since 2003. I qualified with an MA from the Central School of Speech and Drama. i also have an MSc in Social Anthropology for LSE. Since qualifying as a Drama &Movement Therapist, I have worked in special needs schools across London and Birmingham as a freelance therapist. I currently work at a school in London as a senior drama therapist and Clinical Supervisor.
My work is very much underpinned by Jungian theory and philosophy and Depth Psychology. I tailor my sessions according to the requirements of the person, and I'm highly skilled in using creative and body based approaches to work with pre verbal trauma or trauma that may be difficult to talk about. I have trained in the CATT (Children's' Accelerated Trauma Treatment) model so can work with PTSD symptoms in individuals, both adult and young people.
Sometimes, working with an issue through the metaphor can elicit greater insight and transformation than using words.
Training, qualifications & experience
Diploma in Transpersonal Couple Counselling & Psychotherapy (2021 - Current) (In Training)
PG Diploma in Child, Adolescent & Adult Counselling Supervision (2014)
MA in Drama & Movement Therapy (2003 -04)
MSc in Social Anthropology at London School of Economics (1999-00)
BA Honours in Sociology & Philosophy at University of Essex (1996 - 99)
I have specialised in the following: Childhood Sexual Abuse, Autism & Learning Disabilities, Relationship Issues, Loss & Grief, Existential & Spiritual Crisis, Sexuality & Sexual Orientation Expression.
The talking therapy i provide adults is influenced by Native American Shamanism and Creative Arts approach.
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Non-heteronormative sexual lifestyle and practices.
Loss & Bereavement.
From £75.00 to £120.00
Free initial in-person session
Concessions offered for
£75 - £120 per hour session.
Couple's sessions begin from £100 per hour.
When I work
I provide consultations for parents who maybe want to better understand and support with their child's behaviours.
I am currently providing a discounted rate to couple's who may want to have couple's sessions with therapist in training.