There are many different reasons that bring people to counselling or therapy - relationship difficulties, a difficulty finding happiness, low self-esteem. Essentially, people come to therapy with questions, and together we look for the answers through a relationship that is confidential and non-judgemental.
As a psychodynamic psychotherapist, I guide you towards a deeper understanding of yourself, what you are struggling with and help you find a way to change and live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. This kind of psychotherapy looks at how the problem you are facing today is linked to your past experiences; it explores what unconscious processes lay behind your present challenges and helps you understand and overcome it.
I am also a financial therapist, focusing specifically on your relationship with money. People may turn to a financial therapist for a number of reasons: a drive to amass wealth without feeling fulfilment, financial trauma, overspending, money conflict in the couple/family or even with business partners. I use a psychotherapeutic approach to helping you understand and manage your emotional relationship with money to transform your approach to it.
I hold degrees in Psychology, Psychotherapy and an MBA from London Business School. I lived in nine different countries across three continents and have worked in both the private and public sectors, including the NHS. This experience has enriched me with exposure to a wide range of cultures and challenges. My experience also reflects a diverse client base. I have worked with people from the financial services, public sector, and creative professions.
My practice is based in South Bank. I also offer video sessions for those who prefer that.
To book an appointment you can CLICK HERE. Please note I have a 24 hour cancellation policy for Initial Consultations.
I am an Accredited member of BACP, a member of the Financial Therapy Association and a recognised specialist with a number of insurers.