No matter where you are on your cancer pathway it can highlight a need for some emotional support both for yourself and/or your loved ones. Having worked for years within the field of oncology, I am able to help people to cope with issues like low mood, anxiety, fear of recurrence, relationship struggles, communication issues, adapting to change and losses.
My training has given me the scientific knowledge founded in psychology to understand human behaviour combined with counselling skills to facilitate change. There are numerous therapeutic approaches but I strongly believe that there is no one 'right' approach, which is why I integrate several evidence-based theories to what might be best suited to you.
I am flexible in offering both short-term (between six and twelve sessions) as well as longer term therapy, which is something we will discuss during our initial meeting and reflect upon throughout sessions.
Education, Qualtifications and Experience
- Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (DPsych) - City University
- Bachelor of science in Psychology (B.SC) - Goldsmith's College, University of London
- Macmillan Highly Specialist Counselling Psychologist - East London NHS Foundation Trust
- Counselling Psychologist - The Royal Marsden Foundation Trust
- Counselling Psychologist - Arthur Rank Hospice
Languages I Speak
British Psychological Society - Counselling Psychologist 258374
Health & Care Professions Council - Practitioner Psychologist PYL31888