- UKCP Registered Psychotherapist 1996 (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy)
- UKCP Registered Supervisor
- Registered Member MBACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)
- Graduate of Spectrum Training in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy
I work in accordance with the Codes of Ethics of UKCP and BACP
As well as working as a therapist with individuals and couples since 1992, I have run on-going psychotherapy groups and personal development workshops on various themes, including Stress Management and Living in Your Body.
I have over fifteen years experience as a couples counsellor with both heterosexual and LGBT couples. This includes working at PACE (Project for Advocacy Counselling and Education), a charity promoting the health and wellbeing of LGBT people, from 2006-2013. During this time I also set up and ran a Fee Paying Counselling and Psychotherapy Service and a Family Support Helpline at PACE.
From 2000-2005 I was a member of the Ethics Committee of UKAHPP (United Kingdom Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners). I have been an examiner for two UKCP Psychotherapy Training Organisations, and am a recognised training therapist for two others.
I have been a supervisor since 2002 and offer both individual and small group supervision. I am a Primary Supervisor for students at the Metanoia Institute.
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Individual Psychotherapy or Counselling £75
Couples Counselling £90
Professional Supervision £75
All sessions are for 60 minutes
Practice Access, Travel and Parking
City Road Therapy is less than 10 minutes walk from Angel tube station and 10 minutes from Old Street tube both of which are on the Northern Line. Old Street overground station is a ten minute walk away and Kings Cross St Pancras is a 20 minute walk.
Buses 4, 19, 30, 38, 43, 56, 73, 153, 205, 214, 243 and 274 pass the building or stop at Angel tube station.
There is no parking available at the practice but there are pay and display bays on Elia Street and Colebrooke Row.
Unfortunately the building is not wheelchair accessible.