London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Practitioner identifies as: Neurodivergent

Specialist in Addictive Disorders
Integrative Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Neurodiversity Therapist
Education & Training Facilitator

+44 (0) 7355 444 988

I am an integrative trained Counsellor and Psychotherapist BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) registered member. I am registered as an Advanced Practitioner member of the Addiction Professionals Registration Body and Network. I am also a Neurodiversity Therapist registered with Thriving Autistic Neurodiversity Practitioners Directory and Neurodiversity Psychological Therapists. I am further a registered Psychological Therapist member of BAATN (The Black, African and Asian Therapy Network). I abide by the above Ethical Frameworks, Ethics, and Code of Conducts. I hold a Master Degree in Addiction, Psychology, and Therapy, as well as Education and Training. 

I have a thriving private practice with clinics held in Harley Street, London, where appropriate, as well as online. I am an experienced 1:1 and group therapist, working with a wide range of psychological issues. As well as a Education and Training facilitator delivering workshops and training. I have extensive experience working with Neurodivergent, Autism and ADHA, as well as providing family support and or support for those on the Autistic journey. I am also a specialist in Addictive Disorders in the broadest sense and Trauma. I use an integrative approach to draw from a range of therapeutic perspectives and theories.

I openly identify as being in recovery from addictive disorders. I have a profound understanding of the addictive process, coupled with my invaluable personal experience of overcoming substance and process addictions, which provides me with exceptional insight.

I advocate for Neurodiversity and activity engage in campaigns for inclusion, acceptance, and awareness. I have vast experience of the autism, having and spent two decades supporting autistic people, and those on the autistic journey. This has provided me with a solid foundation for profound understanding and exceptional insight into autism. I firmly believe in embracing and accepting Neurodivergent brains instead of trying to fix them.

My collaborative approach encourages self-advocacy, self-acceptance, and self-understanding. I firmly believe that delving into the past often holds the key to understanding our current psychological struggles. I place great importance on the healing power of the therapeutic relationship and am dedicated to working with integrity, authenticity, and transparency.

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