In Mindfulness-based psychotherapy we explore ways of finding more ease with difficult parts of our lives, in a non-judgmental, open and compassionate space. I offer help with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationships, stress and trauma, to name a few and I am supported in my work by a supervising psychotherapist.
I am completing my Masters Degree in Mindfulness-based Psychotherapeutic Practice, through Middlesex University and Karuna Institute, having gained a Diploma in Relational Psychotherapy in 2017 also at Karuna Institute. I am registered with UKCP as a psychotherapist in training and my practice abides by the UKCP Code of Professional Conduct and Ethical Principles.
“When times are tough, life can feel confusing and sometimes overwhelming. Talking with a psychotherapist can help ease difficult times and together we can find ways to navigate your challenges. In a psychotherapy session, we discuss material that is important for you and I will encourage you to be aware of your experience throughout, noticing your sensations, your feelings and your emotions. This level of awareness helps you to understand how you are ‘doing’ your life and offers a possibility of changing how we ‘do’ ourselves!
Is currently offering low-cost therapy during Covid-19. For more information please call her to chat through everything and arrange your first session".