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Guiding You On the Path of Self-Healing

Perhaps you're feeling down, confused, or anxious—maybe you're uncertain about an upcoming life transition or the future of a relationship, or you have the impression that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. Whatever troubles you, I am here to offer support. Counselling is a journey of self-discovery, growth, and positive change in which client and counselor work together as equals. Drawing from my professional experience with clients from diverse backgrounds (age, culture, faith, education, disabilities, etc.), I will adapt my approach to your individual circumstances and help guide you back on track.


Chiswick/Acton, London


Nowadays, many clients prefer remote counselling for various reasons, including frequent travel, work/family obligations, limited mobility, convenience, affordability, or they live abroad but seek a counsellor who speaks their language. Others may fear that discussing personal or family matters with a professional could be met with disapproval by those around them, making them appreciate the added discretion of online sessions.

Therefore, I also offer telephone and online sessions via secure video sessions. Telephone and online counselling are similar to traditional therapy, with the only difference being that the conversation occurs online or over the phone.


Sessions last for 50 minutes and occur once a week, preferably at the same time. During periods of frequent travel or heavy work commitments, alternate options such as fortnightly sessions are possible. Please reach out to inquire about current availability.

Both short-term and long-term options are available during the week and on Sundays. Some clients prefer short-term counseling as they simply want to get a "little help" with a specific issue, to prepare for an important transition, or to begin self-reflection. Others choose long-term counselling to explore an issue that runs deeper, learn to cope with prolonged periods of stress, or reflect on their past and how it influences their present behaviour and decisions. These clients may engage in sessions for several months or longer.

When we meet for the first time, I encourage new clients to explain what topic/s they want to explore and what kind of help they seek. If they are new to counseling, they often want to understand how the process works. By the end of this first session, clients will know if my services are the kind of support they need and if we can work well together.

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