About me

I work with adults of all ages and genders who are experiencing common difficulties like anxiety or depression, or making role/identity adjustments. I specialise in working with people who have experienced difficult childhoods, with parents, and with neurodivergent adults. I mainly use Acceptance and Commitment therapy, and mindfulness and compassion approaches, and my work is informed by attachment theory. My priority is to listen compassionately to each person, to create an open and trusting relationship, and to work with them to make meaningful changes in their life.

I studied psychology at Oxford University then completed by Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at University College London. Since qualifying I have worked in the NHS, in academic research and in private practice, in services across a range of specialisms including autism, neurodisability, eating disorders and physical health, as well as working in general adult mental health services.

I strive to take an actively affirmative stance in all of my work, to acknowledge the ways in which our distress is shaped by the prejudices and power structures of the world around us, and to make space for each person I work with to be their whole self.

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