Choosing the right therapist to work with is very important. You need to feel safe and at ease with me, so that you can talk to me about anything you want to. Of course, building up trust takes time. But you need to know whether you feel happy to take that first step.
That's why I treat the first session as a trial, with no obligation to commit to further sessions. If we do decide to work together, I don't ask you to sign up for any particular number of sessions with me - you decide how long we work together for. This is because I believe you are the best judge of whether you are getting the right support for you.
I can offer you online sessions via secure video platform Zoom, or you are welcome in person at my practice in Esher (near Ember Lane). I typically work between 9am to 5.30pm Mon-Fri.
I also run an Executive Coaching practice. Visit me here to find out how my coaching sessions can help you move forward in your career.
Rethink Mental Illness is a national mental health charity. Click here to find mental health support groups in the Surrey and London area.
-Attachment Perspectives on Borderline Personality Disorder
-The Use of Trauma-Informed Practice
Psychotherapists are not typically medically trained. That means I can't provide you with a mental health diagnosis or make recommendations about medication. This is something you would need to see your GP for. However, I can support you to explore your feelings and choices around medication or a diagnosis you have been given/are looking for.
Gender, sexuality, and relationships are inextricably linked and I will support you in exploring all of these aspects of yourself in an open, celebratory and non-judgemental way. My work is informed by the BACP Good Practice Guide for working with Gender, Sexual, and Relationship Diversity (GSRD).