Banbury, Oxfordshire - St Paul’s, London

Hello and Welcome

Making the decision to begin therapy can be anxiety provoking. It is important, therefore, to find the right therapist for you, as this is a vital element of the psychotherapeutic process. Finding a therapist you feel safe with and with whom you have a sense of connection will enable you to explore the issues that are concerning you. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a collaborative process where your current problems are explored in-depth. As such, I invite you to take time to read through my website and to get in touch should you have any questions. 


What can I help you with?

People of all ethnicities and social backgrounds seek therapy for a plethora of reasons, and I welcome patients whatever their culture, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, or gender.

The following is a list of the concerns I can help with:


Feelings of stress and anxiety
Panic attacks
Feelings of depression, sadness or emptiness
Problems with anger
Confidence problems
Feeling burdened by shame or guilt
Feelings of loneliness or isolation
Low self esteem
Lacking a sense of purpose
Losses such as bereavement

Feelings of abandonment
Issues of belonging
Gender issues
Relationship and family difficulties
Work related problems
Finding work overwhelming
Identity concerns
Coming to terms with ageing
Difficulty with making decisions


This list is not exhaustive, so, if your concern is not listed, please contact me using the ‘Contact’ form on this website, or by email or telephone to find out whether I will be able to help you.