“I wait upon the unknown, and from the unknown comes my new beginning.”
D H Lawrence – poet, novelist & essayist

There are times in all our lives when we meet sadness, anger, fear, loneliness and loss. There are few places where we can talk about such experiences with dignity and honour and be heard with care and respect. Much of what we aim for in life is external and physical but therapy offers a place where we can connect with our heart and soul.

The Soul is not a thing but a quality of experiencing life and ourselves. It has to do with depth, value, relatedness, heart and personal substance.”
Thomas Moore – psychotherapist & author

Soul is not something that survives us after we die but lies at the core of who we are – far beyond our ego and how we like to be seen. It disturbs our life and calls attention to what we are neglecting. Soul is a part of us we can cultivate and get to know through our struggles and so enrich our relationships and how we live our life. Soul brings us into living with more awareness, gives us wider choices and helps us enter more fully into the mystery of life and who we may become.

“Life changing! At times it’s not been easy but the changes have been much greater than I could have imagined.”

Call me to discuss your needs and how I can help you – 07950 472632. If I’m not available please leave a brief message and I’ll get back to you. Alternatively, email me to make an enquiry or arrange an initial assessment.

“I feel I’m able to articulate myself much more clearly now… It’s like the different parts of me are all in the same room having a conversation and not confused and scattered all over the place.”

I see clients in Brick Lane (close to Shoreditch and Liverpool Street stations) and in Bow (near Mile End station and close to Victoria Park). Clients are welcome on an open-ended or fixed-term basis. If you would like to discuss anything further or arrange a meeting please email me.

“You have helped me to find my own voice. I am much clearer about what’s important to me and the choices I need to make.”

I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and bound by their ethical framework. This means that I meet a set standard of practice, including having my work professionally supervised and being committed to ongoing professional development.