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Do you sometimes feel like a jumbled up like a spool of tangled string and feeling stuck. You have options. You have taken the first brave steps, to resolve your issues. Sometimes we are fearful of the future and other times in despair and at a point of hopelessness. At times the anxiety is gripping and can affect, not just our thoughts and emotions, it can also lead to changes in our bodies. I work with: Panic attacks Anxiety Depression Relationships Loss Emotional trauma Chronic illnesses I am an integrated therapist and coach, and my work with you is underpinned by empathy, non-judgement and compassion. I can work with you, whether you are experiencing an emotional issue or relational conflict, a physical chronic condition that may have an underlying emotional source, or unresolved trauma. About me Before training as a therapist, I ran creative agencies and start-ups in London and New York, as I had my own anxiety around belonging and being enough. It didn’t help and I often felt worse, regardless of failure or growth. I internalised my anxiety and had debilitating chronic back pain for three years, with scheduled corrective back surgery. I also had a chronic untreatable autoimmune skin condition called Lichen Planus, which caused intolerable itchy skin rashes, restricting my life activities. Through therapy and medical hypnosis both conditions were fully resolved. Having been through the other side of both experiences, I want to support others who are struggling with emotional health, mental health and chronic health conditions. Why me 6 years counselling experience, Volunteered with the AA Former Trustee for The Drug and Alcohol Foundation. I use a mixture of therapeutic modalities, including psychodynamic, transactional analysis, gestalt, existential, CBT, solution focused therapy, compassion focused therapy, and coaching. Married for 24 years, with two teenage boys, a Zen Buddhist, and musician. Qualifications PG Dip Counselling and Coaching MBACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) MBACP Coaching Division MSc Psychology (2022-2023) BA (Hon) Business and Finance PG (Dip) Chartered Institute of Marketing

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What do you love most about your job?

Using talking therapy and coaching with people and seeing them transform their suffering and become flourishing individuals.

You may be experiencing:

Relationship conflicts
Confidence and self worth issues
Loss and bereavement
Unhealed trauma (including sexual, childhood, abuse, neglect)
Lacking meaningful purpose and direction
Physical chronic illnesses such as back pain, skin conditions which may have an emotional source

I have seen many clients experience the above and see their lives improve and thrive. This is why I am a therapist.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Many people are hurting emotionally, mentally or physically and despite leaps in technology, our mental health seems to be spiralling south. If someone were to ask me about my perfect day, it wouldn’t be about sitting on the beach drinking endless Mojitos, it would include working with clients and seeing their lives improve.

I’m a person who for the longest time wanted to feel like I belonged, and enough. So I embarked on the journey of career success and accomplishment, building consultancy and creative businesses in NY and London. It didn’t help and I often felt worse, regardless of failure or high growth. I equated that the more successful I would be, the more I would feel belonging. That didn’t happen.

I internalised my anxiety and had such chronic back pain for three years, I couldn’t walk down the street with my kids, could only fly standing up and scheduled corrective back surgery, Years later I had a chronic autoimmune skin condition called Lichen Planus, which caused intolerable itchy rashes across my skin, restricting my life activities. My consultant confirmed it is untreatable. Through self awareness, therapy, medical hypnosis and career changes, both of these long term chronic conditions were fully resolved.

Having been through the other side of both experiences, I want to support others who are struggling with emotional health, mental health and chronic health conditions.

Seeing someone go from suffering, experience healing and start moving in the direction of their dreams is priceless.

Why should our clients choose you?

I care about people and want to see your life transform and flourish. You’ve taken the first brave step towards improving your life, I would like to meet you halfway, through compassion, empathy, non judgement and unconditional regard.

I am a qualified British Association Counselling Pyschotherapist (BACP level 7) and a member of the BACP coaching division.

I am an integrative therapist and coach, which means I am skilled in using different modalities (person centred, psycho-dynamic, gestalt, CBT, Compassion Focused Therapy, existential and solution focused therapy) for the individual I am working with, rather then being prescriptive with only one approach.

I use counselling therapy to work with someone who is struggling emotionally, mentally or even physically, so they can heal and rebalance. I use coaching to support them to move in the direction of their preferred future.

I have over 6 years of counselling experience, working with individuals, relationship counselling, anxiety, depression, loss, bereavement, addictions, trauma and chronic physical conditions.

I have also worked as a volunteer for Alcoholics Anonymous and 3 years as a Trustee for the Drug and Alcohol Foundation.

I have lived in three different continents, 52 years old, married for 24 years with two teenage boys. I have experienced in myself, my relationships and in running business (in London and NY), success and failure, loss and triumph, debilitating self doubt and the right degree of confidence, anxiety that has physically crippled me and through therapy completely healed, depression to the extent I did not want to wake up the next morning, and deep contentment and joy, racism and prejudice, community and belonging and meaning. Why am I sharing this? Because I am perfectly imperfect and although I have not had the same experiences as you, I can empathically relate, and confident together we can work towards a life of less surviving or striving, and one towards thriving.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Since the pandemic, I have found clients prefer to work online. I also have a physical clinic in SW London. Some of my clients prefer to meet in nature and prefer to walk and in talk in parks such as Regents Park or Richmond Park.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

As I'm online, infection from Covid-19 is not a safety concern.

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