MSc, PGDip., UKCP reg Integrative Psychotherapist
I am an integrative psychotherapist trained to doctoral level with ten years of experience across various mental health settings and three years in private practice. I hold an MSc in Psychology, a postgraduate Clinical Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy (Metanoia Institute) and I am currently also a doctoral candidate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy at the Metanoia Institute and Middlesex University. My integrative framework is mainly based on psychodynamic principles and existential values.
I work with people who struggle with a wide range of problems including, but not limited to:
• difficulties with starting, maintaining, or ending relationships – these can be romantic
• relationships, as well as relationships with family, friends or colleagues
• past difficult or traumatic experiences, such as childhood abuse or complex relationships
• with important people in your life
• difficulties with understanding yourself
• bereavement or loss
• low self-confidence
You don’t need to have a well-defined problem in order to consider therapy. If you feel that you cannot move forward, that you have lost a part of yourself or if you have a vague sense of missing out on something, psychotherapy can offer a way of exploring these feelings.
In the sessions I pay attention to the relational side of things and focus on creating a safe space where you can openly talk about your struggles, gain understanding of your difficulties and consequently begin to change your life.
I am a registered member of UKCP and offer therapy in English and Polish.