About Me

I have been working professionally as a psychodynamic counsellor for 23 years and as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist for over 10 years.

My practice reflects the diversity and internationalism of London as a world capital. I welcome enquiries from all walks of life. I have worked in a variety of settings and am also experienced in providing time limited therapy and psychodynamic counselling.

I am particularly interested in creativity and blocks to it. One of the main issues with creativity can be anxiety which blocks the imagination. Current difficult circumstances can trigger old traumas and then ideas may not flow.

Part of the role of psychotherapy is to provide a secure place for people to explore their present, current struggles and release trapped feelings, in time this can lead to increased creativity in everyday issues as well as the arts. I have experience in enabling people to develop their skills in art, music, drama and writing.