ABOUT ME

I am a qualified Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with many years of experience working in the NHS and Private Practice.

I work to ensure a safe and secure place for you to explore your innermost thoughts and to become aware of your current state through an understanding of your life experiences. Depending upon your individual circumstances this may result in short or long term therapy which will be negotiated during your initial consultation.

I have an established private practice in the West End and in North London. Concurrently I work as a psychotherapist in an NHS Hospital, where I see individuals and groups who have challenging mental health issues.

My work is also informed through working in organisations to understand workplace dynamics and personnel issues.

I am a member of the BPC and BACP and adhere to their ethical framework. 

 

The British Psychoanalytic Council is a professional association and voluntary regulator of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy profession, publishing a Register of practitioners who are required to follow our ethical code and meet our fitness to practise standards.

We promote excellence in psychoanalytic thinking and psychotherapy; safeguard the public; promote the highest standards of training and research; and work to make psychoanalytic psychotherapy accessible to all.

The BACP Register of Counsellors & Psychotherapists is a public record of therapists who have met our standards for registration.  These standards cover training, supervision, continuing professional development and a contractual commitment to our Ethical Framework.

The BACP Register was established in 2012 and was the first psychological therapists’ register to be accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, an independent body accountable to Government.

The main purpose of the Register is to protect the public. It provides reassurance to clients, employers and the general public that a registered therapist adheres to high standards of proficiency and good practice.