I have worked as a therapeutic clinician for over thirty years. I began my career by training as a music therapist, working in psychiatric hospitals and with special needs children. Following a period of transition into working with words, I worked as a practice counsellor for GP surgeries.
In 2006 I qualified at WPF Therapy as a psychodynamic psychotherapist and have had a private practice in Regent Street for 12 years working with adults with a wide range of issues. Alongside my practice I have also worked in HMP Brixton on the Vulnerable People’s unit with sex offenders.
Being interested in the psycho-social relevance of psychotherapy I have contributed a chapter to “The Psyche in the Modern World” and had a paper on my work at Brixton published in the “British Journal of Psychotherapy”. I am currently working on a book regarding contemporary mental health issues. I conduct psychological assessments for the Diocese of London and supervise pastoral work.