Therapy Online or in-person

In-clinic sessions

Meeting in person makes a lot of sense for trauma recovery, where possible. We can meet in a private and relaxed setting conveniently located directly across from Ealing
Broadway tube and train station.

remote sessions

Online zoom sessions can be more convenient and make therapy more accessible. You would need a private and comfortable room for us to be able to connect for the duration of the call. All my therapy options can work in this format including EMDR.

Services Provided

Individual Therapy

One-to-one therapy typically begins with an assessment that can take one to three sessions (depending on the individual). Together, we will create a plan that outlines the number of sessions and the therapeutic goals we will work towards. If you are seeking one-time consultation for psychological guidance or input, I am also available for that.

Supervision Therapy

As a supervisor, I work with counseling psychologists and psychotherapists in training. I am registered with the British Psychological Society as a Supervisor of Applied Psychology Practice. In the past, I have also served as a clinical supervisor for Headstrong, a charity based in London.

Training & Teaching

With my extensive experience as a lecturer at City University and MIND, I have led seminars and workshops on mental health topics for undergraduate students and working professionals. If you are interested in booking training for your school, private employer, or government agency in Central London, I am available to facilitate workshops for you.

Types of Treatments

EMDR Therapy

Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful scientifically proven psychotherapy to help people recover from traumatic events in their lives which have led to poor mental health. It is a structured therapy with eight phases using bilateral stimulation to process disturbing events.

Compassion-focused therapy

Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) is a therapy designed by Dr Paul Gilbert, a clinical psychologist and author of Living like Crazy, that incorporates CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy) with social psychology, evolutionary psychology, Buddhist philosophy and neuroscience. This therapy helps people develop and work with experiences of inner warmth and soothing to better regulate ourselves and recognise and reduce threat levels.

Trauma Focused Therapy

This is the most common overarching therapeutic approach based on the understanding and principles of Judith Herman in her book Trauma & Recovery that is based on three phases – stabilization, integration and/or re-integration. We determine where you are and build from there using a combination of techniques depending on what works best for you.

Humanistic Integrative

This approach is person-centred and depending on what your situation is a reflective, understanding and supportive space may be the most important element to your well- being. For example, after suffering a major loss or losing a loved one. Techniques or strategies may be utilised however the therapeutic alliance is vital.

DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)

DBT, developed by Marsha Linehan, is based on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy that is helpful with people whose emotions can feel overwhelming. DBT requires effort and commitment to build lasting change and break out of negative patterns.

Mindfulness CBT

This form of therapy uses mindfulness as a key component to understanding ourselves, we look at reducing arousal levels and noticing what arises to understand ourselves better and build space to improve and/or feel more confident in our responses. I often draw on this approach working with clients to reduce depressive symptoms, improve engagement in day to day living and to reduce hypervigilance.

common questions

You are welcome to contact me by telephone or email.  We can then schedule a time to have a short discussion about your current situation by telephone at a time which is convenient. This will provide an opportunity to ask questions and assess whether you would like to meet for an initial session.

The first session provides an opportunity for us to explore the issues troubling you and give you a chance to get to know me and ask questions. There is no obligation to commit to, and you are welcome to take time to think about whether therapy is right for you at this time.

It is difficult to assess how many sessions will be needed as this will very much depend upon the circumstances and nature of your difficulties. After the first session, I can give you an idea of what I think is the best place to begin. 

We can meet online on Zoom, or we can meet in person in Ealing, West London.

Most sessions last 50 minutes however sessions for EMDR may last up to 90 minutes.

I charge 100 pounds per session for individual therapy.  I offer a few reduced fee time slots for 50 pounds per session for those who can’t afford specialist help.