About Me



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Hello, and welcome to my profile.

I am a qualified Private Psychodynamic Counsellor, and a Registered Member with the BACP.

I have over nine years experience providing one2one, face2face counselling for Individuals in my private practice which is situated in Shrewsbury House Community Centre, Shooters Hill, Greenwich, SE18 3EG.

Shrewsbury House is a lovely old manor house surrounded by gardens within a quite residential area with FREE PARKING.

There is a coffee bar situated on the ground floor in Shrewsbury House, so if you arrive early for your appointment you can visit the coffee bar and have a drink or light snack.


As a Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) I adhere by their code of ethics and framework which helps keep client and counsellor safe.

I qualified in 2004, and have a Diploma Level 4 in Therapeutic Counselling. For the last 9 years I have been privileged to work with many adults and children from a variety of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds facing a wide range of difficulties and challenges. These have included loss and bereavement, relationship issues, self-harm, depression, chronic illness, anger, abuse, anxiety, family issues, low self – esteem, confidence issues, separation.

I have also worked as a counsellor for family matters, a charity which provides counselling for survivors of physical, sexual and emotional abuse.

Whilst working for family matters I received training in art therapy using different types of art media. If appropriate and with the clients consent I work creatively (e.g drawing,painting,sand tray, letter writing) this is to aid emotional expression.

I have had experience working with school children offering play therapy in a school setting. This was for a charity organisation Theplace2be.

I have provided counselling for people training to become a counsellor. The focus for this work has been working with their personal issues and their development through personal counselling.

I have also undertaken work with clients in the work place, offering time limited sessions. The key benefits of counselling for staff are:

  • supporting staff Wellbeing, including productivity and burnout.
  • improving staff morale can reduce staff sick leave and absenteeism.
  • staff are likely to feel more valued
  • providing a safe and confidential place for staff to “offload”