For over 30 years I have worked successfully as an academic in higher education (currently at Imperial College London), as well as in private consultancy and the voluntary sector, experiencing and managing the pressures of those environments. During that time I have brought a willing patience and empathic approach to pastoral care for students, which led me to become a fully qualified and registered, cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist (trained in evidence-based Hypno-CBT®) specialising in anxiety and stress, and particularly in higher education.
My practice is founded on evidence-based therapeutic interventions. My training and experience have taught me that every client is unique and in my practice, I look for the best-suited therapy for each individual. My orientation is integrative and uses a mixture of cognitive-behavioural approaches, solution-focused strategies, stress management and relaxation, and imagery work as well as techniques based on Mindfulness to provide the client with the best path to recovery.
I use an evidence-based mixture of hypnotherapy, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) techniques, and mindfulness to help you change the way you think, feel and behave.