My Approach

As a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and Yoga Therapist, I can work within either approach or in a more integrative way using a combination of the two. I also draw on mindfulness, compassion and acceptance based approaches. By drawing on these different ways of working, together we can develop a holistic, unique treatment plan that best meets your individual needs and enables you to work towards the changes that you would like to make.

I have a genuine curiosity to understand and help clients overcome difficulties and take care to provide a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space. I am based in a psychotherapy practice next to Spitalfields Market, it is a short walk from Shoreditch High Street Station (2 minutes) and Liverpool Street Station (6-8 minutes). If you prefer, we can also work remotely via Zoom - remote therapy has become a popular and convenient mode of accessing therapy.

As individuals, our experience and requirements of therapy can vary from person to person. A typical course of therapy lasts between 12 – 20 weekly sessions, dependant on your clinical and practical needs. However, some people prefer to work on a more short-term basis, in which case we can agree a specific goal and a realistic time frame with which to work on it. Other people prefer to work in a more open-ended way and end sessions once they feel they therapy’s no longer required. We can discuss this in your assessment session and review as we proceed through therapy.

I also teach cover yoga classes at Triyoga. I don't teach regularly however I post details of any upcoming classes here. Dropping into a class can be an opportunity to have a quick chat about your needs, and whilst a yoga class isn't a substitute for yoga therapy, it can however be a starting point to explore if a more body-based way of working, such as yoga therapy, is something that appeals to you.