Individual Therapy

A safe place to unpack lifes difficulties, make sense of past events and think together of ways of rebuilding and moving forward.

Psychotherapy is a partnership between you and a professional who is trained to help explore and resolve your responses to crisis, change and uncertainty in a safe, non-judgmental space that is confidential and understanding. 


People often consider psychotherapy, also known as therapy, under the following circumstances

  • They have strong feelings like anger or sadness that dominate their lives in spite of their efforts to push them down.
  • Their emotional difficulties make it hard for them to function from day to day. For example, they are unable to concentrate on assignments and their job performance suffers as a result.
  • They have floating anxiety, which interferes with their living with ease.
  • Their actions are harmful to themselves or to others.
  • They have a sense of being stuck and unable to move on.

Psychotherapy isn’t easy. But clients who are willing to work in close partnership with a therapist often find relief from their emotional distress and begin to lead more productive and fulfilling lives.


Some of the effects.

  • Healing of old emotional patterns.
  • Developing a more productive relationship with our inner world, which in turn improves the relationships we have with others and ourselves.
  • Understanding and coping with stress and stressful situations.
  • Greater ability to express and communicate feelings.
  • More access to feelings of joy and pleasure.



I am registered with the UKCP, and I work to the UKCP codes of ethics.



Individual psychotherapy – £70 per session



E-mail – – 07933 202872 

Mondays and Wednesdays



Walthamstow practice (E17)

Convenient for public transport. Walthamstow underground and Wood street overground stations are close by.


Walthamstow Central Station Stop: E

Take the Route Bus 275 towards Barkingside Tesco. Come off the bus at the first bus stop after entering Hale End Road.

RailWood Street Station (Chingford to Liverpool Street line). 10-15 min walk

Car: Parking restrictions outside the practice from 10am-4pm, but on-street parking can be found very near by.


Upper Holloway Practice (N7)

Convenient for public transport.

Walking: Buses 4, 17, 43, 263, 271 stop nearby.

Train: Finsbury Park, Archway and Holloway Road tubes are all within walking distance, as well as Upper Holloway overground station which has good links east and west.

Driving: There is some limited parking available. Pay and Display parking is available.