What I offer

  • Short and long-term 1-1 psychotherapy/counselling
  • Clinical supervision 1-1, pairs and groups
  • Specialist mentoring for students (with key focus on managing the demands of study)

About Me

A graduate of Oxford University (psychodynamic modality), I have over 18 years of experience working in mental health. My experience includes work across drug and alcohol misuse services, homelessness, and working for the charity Mind.

In addition to my counselling qualifications, I have:  

  • An ESRC funded Masters in Diversity in Higher Education from the Institute of Education., University of London. 
  • A degree in Sociology from the University of London (Goldsmiths College)

Alongside my private counselling practice, I am employed by Oxford University student welfare and support services, where I provide therapy and mentoring across both the Disability and counselling teams. Roles include:  

  • Mentoring service manager: helping students with long-term disabilities or neurodivergent support needs to thrive academically, socially, and personally.
  • I am a student and staff counsellor, group facilitator, and clinical supervisor.
  • I have a specialist issue in the support needs of care-experienced adults, and I have worked on fostering panels. 

How I work

I provide a safe and non-judgmental space in which to explore issues that are troubling you

Over the years I have become more integrative: supporting people using short-term, proactive and solution-focused models 

Equally, I can offer long-term psychotherapy as required.

I am a registered and accredited psychotherapist registration no. 113103 and bound by the guidance, rules, and ethical conduct of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP


Counselling & Mentoring

per 50 minute session

Clinical supervision 1-1

per 50 minute session

Clinical supervision pairs and groups


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