Having worked in voluntary organisations in south London since 2007 I am skilled and experienced in engaging with people of different ages, ethnicities and backgrounds, and who have encountered a diversity of life events.
I qualified as a psychodynamic counsellor with Nescot in 2008. I am particularly interested in issues of identity with a focus on what your place in the world means to you now, how this may have been shaped by past experiences, and what embracing change might mean.
I feel that my work as a commercial accountant, third world charity involvement and having lived abroad brings a depth of understanding to my work.
I am an accredited member of the BACP and adhere to its ethical framework.
Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
BA and MA degree from Cambridge University