Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Relationship Therapist, Counselling for individuals, couples & families - Private practice in Wimbledon
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My recent articles
The secret art of communicationFebruary 28, 2015 · 0 Comments
“Help we might as well be talking different languages!” “We just don’t communicate very well” One section in my intake form is on communication. This is often the part that causes the most discussion. Each person brings with them a different style of communication and it can often feel like our partner might as well
How to save a relationshipOctober 6, 2014 · 0 Comments
I hold sessions with a couple whose relationship has turned around, grown and discovered its mojo. Their occasional sessions are affirming, not only for them but for me as well. It keeps me mindful that working with others to make meaningful changes is very rewarding – if not life changing. We were about to say
Mr or Ms Right… under your nose!August 15, 2014 · 0 Comments
Online dating is a minefield of conflicting advice, unwanted advances and disappointment when Mr or Ms Right takes a long time to materialize. In an article I wrote for Digital Romance, I look at the illusions sold to us by the multi-billion pound industry that is called being single and dating, and offer some advice
Self esteem: we all need itAugust 15, 2014 · 0 Comments
In the June issue of Darling magazine, I tackled an important issue. Self esteem in children is vitally important, but evidence shows that focusing too much on making children feel good about themselves could actually jeopardize their future self confidence. The article can be found here.
What is relationship therapy?August 15, 2014 · 0 Comments
In April 2014 I was invited to contribute an article to Darling magazine on relationship therapy, which you can find here within the online copy of the magazine. I am continuing my relationship with the magazine over the coming months so have a look out for my articles in upcoming issues!
AddictionsJanuary 14, 2013 · 0 Comments
Addictions impact on both physical and psychological health. Symptoms of addictions may include depression, panic attacks, sleep disturbance, obsessive-compulsive traits, bad relationships and poor work performance. Often what starts out as a social release can have dangerous consequences. The last place we expect to find this is when we are making choices during or after