About Me

I am a UKCP registered trainee body psychotherapist at the London School of Biodynamic Psychotherapy and run my practice in  London Bridge.

In 2012 I qualified as a Biodynamic Massage Therapist and have since become a Committee Member of the ABMT (Association of Biodynamic Massage Therapists) and registered practitioner with CNHC (Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council.

Before I was a psychotherapist I used to work for a large corporate company and volunteered some of my time to assist people in distress. This experience has supported my belief in our innate ability to heal and self-regulate but also, it highlighted the crucial role the integration between body, mind and soul has in doing this. These are some of the key principles in Biodynamic Psychotherapy which have attracted me to this work. A combination of our past experiences, environment and fears however, can inhibit these capacities making us feel stuck; sad; angry; depressed and unfulfilled. In Biodynamic Psychothearpy we work to release these blocks which may appear in our body (by way of inhibited breathing patterns, posture, muscle tension etc) but also in our thought processes and emotions to re-discover and re-connect with our most natural and authentic selves. 

Once I started working as a Biodynamic Massage Therapist, I noticed the deep link between mind and body and how emotions are experienced, understood and processed at different levels of our being. For this reason, I work on the verbal and non-verbal realms; physical and emotional; conscious and unconscious, to help develop our capacity to be fully present in the world and in touch with our core selves.

If you would like to explore how we might work together or if you simply have any questions, feel free to contact me via phone or email.

I am committed to providing a confidential, professional service, in an open and trusting environment and abide by the code of ethics of my association.