About ME

I am an existential psychotherapist based in London, offering both face to face and online therapy. I am genuinely passionate about helping others discover their own sense of purpose and supporting them to live authentic, meaningful lives. Before working as a therapist, I worked in the arts. I am also award winning theatre maker and writer.

As a queer, non-binary immigrant who grew up working class, I know first hand how helpful it can be to work with a therapist who understands what it’s like to live outside the mainstream. Whether these are identities you share or not, you can rest assured that I strive to create a safe environment for you to be your fullest, authentic self.

MY EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  • BA Gender & Sexuality Studies | Georgia State University
  • MA Gender, Sexuality & Culture | University of Manchester
  • Diploma (Level 6) Integrative Psychotherapy & Counselling | The Minster Centre
  • PGDip Existential Psychotherapy | The New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling 

MY Specialisms

Some of the issues I work with include:

  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement
  • Creativity
  • Depression
  • Health, including living with long-term or chronic illness
  • Issues related to class and class identity
  • Issues related to race and / or cultural identities
  • Issues related to sexual and / or gender identity (including lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, trans and / or non-binary identities)
 
  • Personal development
  • Relationship styles and sexuality (including BDSM, ethical non-monogamy, polyamory and swingers)
  • Relationship issues (including betrayals, communication difficulties, different levels of sexual desire, and opening up a relationship)
  • Religion and spirituality
  • Stress
  • Trauma 
  • Work-related issues, retirement and redundancy


As a therapist I acknowledge both systemic and overt forms of oppression that people experience when moving through the world, and so I strive to be aware of (and challenge) how those systems might be replicated in the therapy room. I have a particular focus in working with clients whose identities may be informed by experiences of otherness including:

  • LGBT, queer, and non-binary people
  • People practicing polyamory or other forms of relationship diversity
  • Working class people
  • People of colour
  • d/Deaf and disabled people


These identities may or may not present issues that we look at in our work together, but working with a therapist who is sensitive to and knowledgeable about these identities can help you feel safer about being your fullest authentic self in the therapy room.