I am a movement psychotherapist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist in formation at the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, based in London Bridge.

I graduated from the MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths University of London, focusing my research on the treatment of addictions. From 2016 onwards, I worked in a variety of clinical settings, including The Integrated Camden Alcohol Service, Islington Mind, Solace Women’s Aid (an organisation that supports survivors of gender-based violence, abuse and exploitation), South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (working with psychiatric in- and outpatients), The Psychosis Therapy Project & Usemi (a specialist service supporting people with experiences of psychosis and racial trauma), Loveday Kensington and Abbey Road (care homes providing specialist dementia care).

I am currently undertaking PhD research at Coventry University, investigating the recent global scandals of systemic abuse in women’s gymnastics through multi-disciplinary approaches.