I am a registered counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice in Canary Wharf in the Docklands of East London (E14). I have previously worked in organisations providing counselling to bereaved adults; women struggling with domestic violence; as well as the charity Mind where I counselled people with a range of psychological symptoms including anxiety and depression, stress, panic disorders and suicidal thoughts.
I am a member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) as well as registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) and abide by their ethical guidelines. This means that I am an approved practioner and am regularly supervised to ensure professional practice. I am also working towards a doctorate in emotional difficulties of adult survivors of childhood abuse. Through this research, I expect to achieve chartered psychologist status from the British Psychological Society (BPS) in 2012.
I am South-African born and have been living in London for the previous 13 years. My career, before practicing as a psychotherapist, was in media and communications for the not-for-profit sector. The blend of my two professional backgrounds helps me bring a down-to-earth and practical stance to what might seem like lofty and inaccessible psychological ideas.
I�work with adults in person at my counselling and psychotherapy practice in Canary Wharf. I also offer therapy by Skype to individuals who find it difficult to access therapy in any other way. To make appointment times as convenient for you as possible, I can arrange them for an afternoon or evening to most suit your weekly routine. But before you make your first appointment, you might like have a free no-obligation conversation with me over the phone. This way, you can find out more about me and ask questions before deciding to meet up.
The practice is less than a five-minute walk from Canary Wharf Underground Station (Jubilee Line) as well as South Quay and Heron Quays DLR stations. This is less than a 15-minute journey from London Bridge, Bank, Tower Hill, Greenwich and Stratford.
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Anxiety, stress and depression
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