I have a strong commitment to intersectionality and aim to work from an anti-oppressive position. My Pluralistic approach considers the impact of societal systems and the intersections of cultural background and identity with emotional and mental wellbeing. I strive to practice in an identity-affirming way and actively understand that different identities and lived experience will shape how we experience the world.
I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (#384236) and work according to their ethical standards. I hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of East London and have done further workshops on topics including:
Working with bereavement and complex grief
Ways to support autistic clients
Play and creative therapy
Working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse