About Me

I am an Integrative Psychotherapist. In practice, most therapists do much the same thing no matter their training. Although I am an Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapist, my practice is based in Freudian/Lacanian Psychoanalytic theory. 

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.


Diploma and 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 Psychoanalytical studies in Lacanian Psychoanalysis at CFAR, (The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research).

As well as running my Private Practice, I have supervised Trainee Counsellors on the Diploma and Advanced Diploma course at a 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 at a GP practice in Crouch End.