At some point in life, most individuals will encounter significant personal challenges or a life-changing crisis that may lead them to consider entering psychotherapy. Through a therapeutic process, one can find emotional understanding and healing, develop new personal insights and discover a constructive and innovative way of resolving any dilemmas.

The diversity of presenting problems encountered in my private practice over many years has afforded me the opportunity of having a broad clinical expertise.

The scope of my practice includes: -

  • Relationship difficulties

  • Divorce

  • Personal development and life phase challenges

  • Bereavement/grief

  • Emotional and/or Behavioural problems

  • Medical diagnoses/ health concerns (such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Auto-Immune Conditions, etc.)

  • Trauma/post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Work related difficulties (including stress and burn-out)

  • Adolescent development/life issues

  • Assisting patients suffering from various mental health/psychiatric conditions such as:-

    • Depression

    • Bipolar disorder

    • Anxiety disorders

    • Sleep disorders

    • Eating disorders

    • Personality disorders

In addition to my private practice, I have been a clinical associate with a niche, exclusive corporate wellness programme provider since October 2000. This has offered me in-depth first-hand experience of work related issues and corporate dynamics. As work forms a central part of life, resolving any work conflicts or finding contentment and satisfaction in this arena is vital to one’s overall sense of well-being.

In my role as a clinical psychologist, I strongly believe in ongoing training and professional development and as such, I provide clinical supervision to colleagues and peers and I personally attend regular clinical and theoretical seminar groups, workshops and conferences to ensure I am abreast of current thinking, trends and practices in the mental health arena.