I am a psychotherapist and writer, and the Director of the Music Industry Therapists & Coaches (MITC). MITC deliver specialist psychotherapy and bespoke seminars for individuals and groups working in the music business.
My private practice is based in Mayfair, London, and I also work with international clients remotely via Zoom. I specialise in working with creatives, performers and those in the public eye. Much of my work is with musicians, actors, artists, producers, writers, film directors, fashion designers, creative directors, agents, and people in high pressure positions.
I work as an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist with a splash of existential theory thrown in for good measure. I am also trauma-informed, meaning I have undergone trauma related trainings which enable me to work with trauma related disorders (PTSD, C-PTSD, dissociative disorders).
People come to therapy for myriad reasons – often they feel lost, ‘stuck’, anxious, depressed, or wish to understand themselves, improve their relationships, their self-perception, or cope better in day-to-day life. Giving voice to your experiences can be a healing and life-affirming experience. Some of the issues that my clients face include:
- relationship, attachment and interpersonal issues
- depression, anxiety, stress, anger and emotional difficulties
- grief, loss and bereavement
- addictions (food, drugs and alcohol, gambling, sex etc)
- trauma, neglect, physical, sexual and mental abuse
- identity, meaning and purpose
- gender dysphoria
- sexual and gender expression
- receiving a clinical diagnosis