My Philosophy of Therapy and Counselling in London

My approach to therapy involves developing close, collaborative relationships with my clients. I focus on creating a safe, non-judgmental, confidential space that allows for deep self-exploration. My office in Central London is designed to be an inviting environment. Over the course of many sessions, we work together to understand the underlying causes of your discomfort.

Often, our behaviour, beliefs and insecurities develop early in life. They help us to adapt to experiences our younger selves cannot make sense of. Later life events can modify or confirm these, altering our worldview. Exploring the origin of these beliefs in therapy can be helpful. Through questioning their value in your current life, you can learn to change and overcome them.

What is Integrative Psychotherapy?

Rather than focusing on a single therapeutic method, integrative therapy combines different forms of psychotherapy. This allows therapists to provide clients with tools from a range of different practices. The idea behind integrative therapy is that each person is unique. What works for you might not work for everyone. This is why I believe in developing an individualised therapeutic program.

The aim of my sessions is to help you function at your personal best in all areas of life: mental, physical and emotional. For more information, or to book a session, call me on 07966 403059 or send an email to

The issues I specialise in include:

  • Confidence, Self-assertion, and Self-motivation
  • Self-improvement, Self-development, and Self-fulfilment
  • Relationship Issues, Separation, Divorce, Affairs, Stepfamilies, Finding a Partner and Cross-cultural Relationships
  • Stress, Bullying and Panic Attacks
  • Depression, Loneliness, Suicidal Feelings and Loss of Meaning
  • Sexual Issues and Fertility Struggles
  • Domestic Abuse, Sexual Trauma, and Childhood Abuse
  • Struggles with Identity, Culture and Fitting in After Migration
  • Loss and Bereavement
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Complex PTSD
  • Living with Chronic Pain and Illness
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