I work with children, young people, adults and families to help improve adjustment to conditions and help people to manage their health difficulties. Health issues can have a massive impact on the quality of life of the individual and their whole family. I work directly with patients and work indirectly through liaising with medical teams and other professionals involved in the patients care and education.
I work 3 days a week in the NHS at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where I have been working as a Senior Clinical Psychologist since June 2014, providing psychological support to general paediatrics, as well as specialising in the Gastroenterology and Burns services.
I have been building my private practice in Clinical Psychology since October 2015, helping children, young people, adults and parents with a variety of health, appearance, trauma and anxiety related conditions. I am based in Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and run clinics on Mondays from 10am to 8pm, Tuesdays 5-8pm and Wednesdays 5-7pm. I will also be opening a Friday morning to early afternoon clinic soon.
I am excited to announce that I also now work with the Dermatologists at The London Skin and Hair Clinic in Holborn, to provide an integrated service there. Dermatology conditions affecting the skin, including permanent hair loss, can have a massive impact on the quality of life of a patient and their family. The conditions can negatively impact on self-esteem, socialising, relationships and day to day functioning.
I take an integrative approach to help tailor the therapy to the needs of the child, young person, adult and family. The main approaches are: Cognitive Behavioural therapy, Systemic family therapy, and Narrative therapy. I am also an EMDR therapist..
I offer a free initial 15 minute telephone call to discuss the help you are looking for and answer any questions you may have. If you then wish to proceed we can find a date and time for the initial assessment. Please select the contact me tab on this website to get in touch.
If you are concerned about your own or someone else’s wellbeing, then please contact your GP or go straight to your local Accident and Emergency Department.