Before training as a therapist I worked as a qualified teacher and had a passion for education. I loved finding ways to connect with people and giving them tools to learn in a stimulating and empowering way.
But life forced me onto a different path, something I never expected. My own journey of trauma and ill health caused me to have to cope with a dramatic change in my life.
I wished for a way of accepting my pain physically and mentally also seeing a different future ahead for me. I hoped someone could help me heal and guide me back to a path of happiness. I made a decision to immerse myself into my therapy work and with the professional therapist support that was vital.
The counselling work helped me to heal the emotional blocks I was experiencing, giving the insight about me and the confidence I needed to build a new life that I wished for.
As my recovery continued, the therapy work helped me to identify the problems I was experiencing and able to overcome my difficulties. This brought positive changes in my life and I could see a future ahead. I was inspired by the whole process of therapy work and hoped one day I could help others, making that difference in someone else’s life.
I am registered member with the British Association Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP). I am working as a volunteer in St Christopher’s Bereavement Hospice. My private practises are based in Central London and Bromley.