MSc Integrative Psychotherapist
I began my UKCP accredited masters of science in Integrative Psychotherapy in 2013 and since 2015, I have worked with a wide range of presentations (listed below).
I have worked within various settings including Welfare to Work (public sector), the charity sector, NHS, Employee Assistant Programmes and private sector.
I enjoy working for myself in private practice, as this allows me complete autonomy of my workload. Currently I am balancing my private practice work alongside working for the NHS as a high intensity Psychotherapist within an enhanced primary care mental health service.
I have gained considerable experience in working with the following presentations but not restricted to:
- Addiction (excluding sex/pornography addiction)
- BAME cultures
- Body dysmorphia
- Bullying at work
- Domestic abuse
- Eating disorders
- Family struggles
- Gender Identity
- Higher education stress
- Intrusive thoughts
- Personal development
- Rape and sexual abuse
- Relationship struggles
- Self harm
- Trauma (childhood and adulthood)
- Work-life balance struggles
- Work stress and much more.
In my personal time I enjoy taking walks in nature, meditative walking, journaling and singing.
I take my professional development seriously and continue to attend training workshops & events and contributing to the field of psychotherapy. I attend supervision meetings regularly to work to best practice and in line with the UKCP ethical framework.
Below is a link which I have written for the UKCP magazine (online) about the experience of BAME individuals within mental health care: