About Me

I am an Integrative Psychotherapist. In practice, most therapists do much the same thing no matter their training. Although my practice is based in Freudian/Lacanian Psychoanalysis, I integrate other models from other schools of therapy such as Object-relations, Humanistic Psychology and Psychodynamics.

Training to become a Psychotherapist is usually a post-graduate course lasting a minimum of 4 years. An important part of such training is undergoing one's own lengthy Psychotherapy.


I have an Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy. Previously to my training as an Integrative Psychotherapist, I undertook a Foundation year in Phenomenological Psychotherapy at The Philadelphia Association (R D Laing) followed by 2 year  Psycho-analytical studies in Lacanian Psychoanalysis  at CFAR, (The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research).

As well as running my Private Practice, I supervise Trainee Counsellors on the Diploma and Advanced Diploma course at CPPD Counselling School in North London.

Training Organisations
Integrative Counselling school
CFAR Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research

Work experience

I have worked as a counsellor/Psychotherapist at Highbury Counselling Centre and in at a GP practice in Crouch End.