I have over 12 years of practice working as an Integrative, Psychosexual and Relationship counsellor, with a wide breadth of experience including working within the NHS, the charitable sector and in private practice.
I work with individual clients and couples who are struggling with communication and are experiencing relational and/or sexual issues including male impotence and erectile dysfunction. I have a special interest in working with individuals and couples on intimacy and communication issues, individual and couple psychosexual difficulties, divorce and separation, affairs and betrayals and also couple whose relationship has been negatively impacted by illness. I work with people experiencing challenges with anxiety, depression, addiction, stress, low self-esteem, bereavement, trauma, sexual and emotional abuse, bullying.
My original training at Roehampton University in Integrative counselling has given me the skills to integrate psychodynamic, existential and humanistic principles in helping to best create a secure and safe environment in which to create a therapeutic alliance. Thus, allowing a safe space in which to work through difficult emotions and feelings in order to help clients to overcome their issues.
My own personal interests have led me to complete the London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship therapy. This has allowed me to work with individuals and couples struggling with communication, relational and sexual issues.
I have spent two years working as a psychosexual and relationship therapist at Dimbleby Cancer Care within Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. This has given me a particular interest in working with individuals and couples whose relationship has been negatively impacted by illness.
Qualifications and Memberships include:
BSc Integrative Counselling (Roehampton University).
London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy.
Registered Member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).
Registered Member of COSRT (College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists).
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