My approach does not hold individuals to set norms or expectations, and so regardless of your sexuality, gender identity, relationship status or personal situation, I will strive to enlighten and support you.
I provide relationship, psychosexual and sex addiction therapy with an integrative approach to suit clients’ individual needs from my therapy rooms in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire and Harley Street, London. My approach incorporates psychodynamic, person centred, Imago and CBT concepts in addition to mindfulness and psychosexual therapeutic tools and techniques.
Both of my locations are ideally suited to those looking for a discreet service. In Beaconsfield, therapy is undertaken at a private gated property with concealed parking. It is located in a quiet residential location just 10 minutes walk from the train station which serves London Marylebone in 20 minutes. Therapy is also undertaken at a therapy room on Harley Street, which is conveniently located a short distance from tube and train stations. Discretion and confidentiality are of utmost importance and I am able to accommodate the needs of those in professions, or who are public figures, where there may be a further requirement for privacy in accessing therapy.
I am a registered member of BACP – British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, a member of COSRT – College of Sex and Relationship Therapists and a member of ATSAC – Association for the Treatment of Sex Addiction and Compulsivity. As such, I adhere to the strict Code of Ethics to ensure best practice within my work.
Daytime and evening weekday appointments are available Monday to Thursday both in person and via Videophone (Zoom – similar to Skype).
From the moment we are born, we enter a relationship: with a parent, with a carer, with a family. People have an inherent desire to be cared for, loved, belong and to be accepted. Through our lives we will inevitably have many platonic, romantic, work and family relationships that are sometimes chosen, and sometimes necessary. To truly understand and get the most of out such relationships, I believe individuals must have the space to confront, think and talk about such relationships. A good relationship can leave a person feeling confident, happy, secure and fulfilled. Conversely, one that is in difficulty can leave you deeply unhappy and despairing, even if successful in other areas of your life.