Although originally trained in Humanistic Person Centred Psychotherapy in London; over the last twenty years I have developed an integrative approach to my work.
Much of my skill and tool set have been gained from an internship spent at The Meadows Trauma and Addiction Centre at Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
From my time in the USA I returned to Spain where I set up a private practice serving the international ex-pat community.
After a period I returned to London and began a private practice at Harley Street, I spent eight years building a busy practice before moving my office to South London.
In 2001 I began to write a book on self defeating behaviours which was published in 2008 called ‘The Love Trap’. The book is written in the framework of Addiction although it’s roots are based in Attachment Disorder.
In 2004 I was invited to write the Emotional Trauma programme at The Priory Hospital, Roehampton, London. I facilitated group work at The Priory for a year before choosing to concentrate on my private practice and private group therapy work.
I have added to my work skills by training in couples therapy (2010) and I am currently training in Psychosexual Psychotherapy and Coherence Therapy.
I am excited to continue to develop my work towards healing and repairing relationships in distress, whether this is in a couple or individually.
I see individuals and couples with a variety of issues and sometimes couples receive occasional individual sessions within their couples work if necessary.
I currently live in Kent and see clients in South London, Surrey and Kent.