About Me:
I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Roehampton currently studying the British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited “Counselling Psychology (Psych D)” post-graduate degree. I also have an undergraduate degree from the University of Roehampton in psychology.

As a part of the clinical element of the doctoral post-graduate degree, I’m working in the NHS as an honorary psychologist. At time of writing I have completed the clinical element of the course and am currently working on my research thesis. 

I have over five years of experience working in mental health in various settings.
I began my career working as a support worker with young adults in semi-independent living facilities, followed by working in the third sector with Rethink Mental Illness as a mental health recovery worker for a black and minority ethnic (BAME) service.

Subsequently, I’ve spent time in NHS acute psychiatric services as part of a multi-disciplinary service alongside community psychiatric nurses, doctors, approved mental health professionals, psychologists and psychiatrists.

Clinical areas of interest:
Abuse, Anxiety, BAME experiences, Bipolar disorder, Depression, Identity/Identity issues, LGBTQ experiences, Low confidence, Performance, Psychosis, Relationships, Schizophrenia, Self-harm, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Social justice, Work related stress.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Existential therapy, Goal setting, Humanistic therapy, Life skills, Psychodynamic therapy.