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About Me

I embarked on my educational path in Art & Design. In 2019, I commenced my postgraduate studies at the Karuna Institute, where I am currently in my clinical year, working towards accreditation with UKCP as a Mindfulness-Based Core Process Psychotherapist. Drawing from my artistic background, I bring a creative approach to my work as a psychotherapist, tailoring my methods to suit each individual.


My deep connection with nature stems from my upbringing in the picturesque rural countryside, which contrasts with my current embrace of life in the City of Bristol. During my six-year residence in the heart of London, I had the privilege of immersing myself in diverse cultures. Additionally, I've been fortunate to explore South America, India, and various parts of Europe. Yoga is an integral part of my routine, providing me with movement meditation that has significantly aided my personal growth. I incorporate mindfulness into my one-on-one sessions, recognising the essential link between mind and body for the healing process.


I am passionately committed to addressing gender-related issues, with a particular focus on uplifting and empowering women. As a member of the LGBTQ community, these matters hold a special place in my heart. Continuously deepening my understanding of diversity, sexuality, and inclusion, I acknowledge the systemic power imbalances that marginalise individuals with intersectional identities. I am dedicated to collaboratively exploring the impact of oppressive systems on your life, while offering resources for a secure path forward.


My expertise extends to guiding individuals through challenges related to anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal relationships, especially within the parent-child dynamic. Utilising mindfulness, I facilitate the exploration of present experiences, establishing a safe environment to process past traumas.


It would be a privilege to join you on a transformative journey of self-discovery, helping you align with your authentic nature.

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