I am a Psychotherapist and Counsellor based in London. I see clients at Kensington Therapy, a private practice in Earls Ct. Rd. In addition, I practice through iCope at Women & Health and co-facilitate the My Beliefs group at Mind in Camden.
My approach to therapy is existential-phenomenological, but my training is integrative and I draw on psychodynamic and person-centred models of therapy as well as CBT whenever I feel they may be helpful to my clients.
I am bilingual and practice in English and Italian.
For more information, please email me here or phone/text +44(0)7760994969.
Training, qualifications & experience
I gained my MA in Psychotherapy at Regent’s University’s School of Psychotherapy & Counselling Psychology in London where I wrote a dissertation on the experience of regret as a catalyst for change. I have an Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy and existential philosophy tends to influence the way I look at the world.
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