- Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (Regents University London)
- Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology (2.1) (University of East London)
- Masters Degree in Health Psychology (2.1) (London Metropolitan University)
- Postgraduate Degree in Psychological Studies (BSc Hons) (University of Wolverhampton)
- Postgraduate Degree in Psychology (BA Hons) (American College of Greece)
There are many psychotherapists out there, offering psychological services. The only way to sure of a high standard of ethical and professional work is to check that the psychotherapist is accredited and registered with a recognised professional body.
I am a fully qualified Chartered Psychologist. This requires a degree in psychology and a further three year full-time postgraduate training. I belong to the division of Counselling Psychology within the British Psychological Society and the training as a Counselling Psychologist has an emphasis on developing experience and skills in one to one and group therapy. This training involves a minimum of 450 hours of supervised clinical work, and masters level research in areas that will benefit clients. I am also a registered practitioner with The Health Professions Council (HPC) and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
You can verify my status by finding me on the Health Professions Council website (HPC No. PYL29551). I am also registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS No. 163877) and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP No. 616428). I have personal indemnity insurance and receive regular supervision.