A first career in media, I have 15 years’ work experience in a corporate environment. The witnessing growth of pressure to deliver in a culture of conflicting demands and personality types, I have experience of its impact on mental wellbeing including rising stress levels and burnout.
I hold a Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy and have 10 years’ work experience as a psychotherapist; clinical assessor working with NHS measures in treatment planning for individual adults in the London charities sector, various private organisations and currently in private practice.
I have experience of working through individuation, dissociation, infidelity, bereavement, and mid-life exploring those challenges for women, specifically.
I have extensive experience working with:
I am an associate psychotherapist at The School of Life - a global organisation devoted to emotional intelligence through the lens of culture, art, and literature. One of the initial psychotherapists, I’ve contributed to the establishment of the psychotherapy service since 2016 working with clients worldwide and across the UK.
My recent work includes a response to Covid-19; how relational templates are changing collectively and individually. As we grieve our losses, adjust to restrictions, and ‘unlock’. Some common themes include relationship with work, living and dislocation, social anxiety, and finding new connection, meaning and purpose.
I am a Registered Member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).
I am committed to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and attend regular training groups, clinical supervision and personal sessions as part of my own therapeutic journey. I’m currently undergoing further learning in early emotional neglect and the impact in adulthood.