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

I am an Oxford University graduate specialising in psychodynamic therapy, with earlier training in integrative approaches. At Oxford University, I serve as a counsellor and supervisor for welfare teams across the collegiate university. Additionally, I manage the Oxford University Specialist Mental Health and Autism Mentoring Service within the Disability Advisory Service (DAS).

With over 18 years of experience in mental health, including more than 15 years at Oxford University, I have worked as a counsellor, supervisor, group facilitator, specialist mentor, service manager, and university staff counsellor. My professional background also includes work in drug and alcohol misuse services, homelessness, and community support for individuals with severe and enduring mental health difficulties. I am also an Independent Member of the Oxfordshire Social Services Fostering Panel.


  • Diploma and MSt in Counselling, Oxford University
  • ESRC-funded Masters in Diversity in Higher Education, Institute of Education, University of London
  • BA in Sociology, Goldsmiths College, University of London

I maintain a small private practice offering counselling, mentoring, and supervision. I currently work only online but will soon be able to offer in-person sessions.

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