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Counselling and Psychotherapy for the City, Business and Finance


My professional qualifications include a BA in Psychology and Philosophy (University of Leicester) and an MSc in Psychodynamic Counselling and Psychotherapy (University of London).

I carried out my training as a psychotherapist in the NHS at St Barts and Homerton University Hospital. My practice is now focussed entirely on people in business and finance. I keep close links with a number of professonals and organisations concerned with mental health and the City and I’m involved in research into the effect of occupation on different aspects of personality.

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) and I follow its code of ethics. This includes an obligation to keep all information relating to clients strictly confidential except in very limited circumstances, for example to prevent serious harm to the client or others.


This is an Article recently published in The Lawyer magazine in which I look at some of the psychological factors involved in law as a career: Is being a lawyer good for you?

This short Article appeared in Financial News looking at possible factors behind the results of its 2016 City Jobs Satisfaction Survey: Suicide in the City shows deep underlying problem.


Financial News Interview, January 2017.

Wise Words interview, March 2017.