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 two and a half days a week in the NHS at The Evelina Hospital, where I work as the Lead Clinical Psychologist across the Endocrinology service, specialising in the Rare Bone Disease Service. Just prior to this role, I was working as a Senior Clinical Psychologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital 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 Wednesdays 1pm-8pm and Friday morning from 9am-12pm. I also now offer ad hoc bookings in some evenings at the Evelina Hospital. In addition to face to face sessions, I also run a Skype/Facetime clinic every other Tuesday, which can be very helpful for those who have far to travel.
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.
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