Therapy is essentially about understanding and healing ‘pain’.

Pain can be experienced in many different ways; anxiety, depression, difficult relationships with others, and addicting to various negative sublimations that exist in the world.

A good practitioner should constantly seek to evolve themself through their own learning, clinical supervision and personal therapy, in order to help others.


  • Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (Psych D)

  • MSc. Health Psychology (distinction)

  • MSc. Counselling Psychology (distinction)

  • BSc. (1st Class Hons) Psychology with Counselling

  • PGCE –   Education


  • Post Graduate Diploma in Couples Counselling- Tavistock Clinic

  • Diploma in Clinical Supervision ([RAPPS] for Psychologists and Counsellors) –   British Psychological Society


I am an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and its sub divisions of Counselling Psychology and Addiction.

I am also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a member the Health Professions Council and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy