I live and work in London, having qualified as a systemic psychotherapist specialising in sex and relationships. I was previously a clinical lead for addictions within the NHS and now work in private practice on Harley Street.
I am an advocate for therapy and mental health issues in the media and have written numerous articles on these topics. As a narrative therapist, I strongly believe in the transformative power of language and stories. I have been published in a number of publications worldwide, including The Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Sun, Bella, The Huffington Post, The Psychologist, Men’s Health International, GQ, and Esquire. I have also appeared on BBC Radio and London Live, and have been a consultant on projects for Channel 4 and Paramount Pictures. Aside from my clinical work with clients, I teach therapeutic workshops throughout the UK, and present at speaking events and conferences.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and am a recognised media spokesperson for the organisation. I am a graduate member of the British Psychological Society and have been published in their society publication The Psychologist. I am a member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice. I am a member and Group Coordinator of the British Emotionally Focused Therapy Community. I teach and present workshops at numerous therapeutic practices across the UK, and in 2009 I presented at a conference in San Diego, USA, on the topic of the clinical needs of sex workers.