About me

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I am an experienced integrative psychotherapist and psychologist (Master’s level) working with both individuals and couples. Regardless of what it is you are battling or working through, I personally believe that healing is a highly individual process. This is why I try to adapt my tools and approach to the person at hand – there is no “one size fits all”. Through my therapy practice, I aim to create a non judgmental and accepting space, where we can unpack your struggles and work towards meaningful change.

I have worked with clients of many walks of life, including eating disorders, personality disorders, anxiety and relationship problems. My practice is very strongly trauma-informed and I have experience working with sexual, psychological trauma and complex PTSD.

Being bi-cultural and raised in a very international environment, I also believe in adapting therapy techniques and approaches to an individual’s culture and/or religion. This is also a big research interest of mine!

As well as being a psychotherapist, I am also a qualified food coach. This is a process focusing purely on implementing cognitive strategies to help build a healthier, more mindful relationship with food. I would recommend this particular approach for anyone that struggles with emotional eating, yo-yo dieting and body image.

Aside from the therapy world, I am also a published poet and a spoken word artist. As part of the Mind Over Matter team,  I blend the therapy and poetry world together, organizing poetry events and workshops in London centred around discussing mental health through spoken word. 

If you wish to do so, you can find me in the BACP accredited register of psychotherapists and counsellors, which you can find on their website.