Drawing on my specialised training and years of experience, I am committed to providing compassionate and effective therapy to all of my clients.

Education and training

Relevant professional experience

I have been practising therapy for over seven years, and I currently manage my own private practice in Notting Hill. In addition to my private practice, I gained extensive experience working at Angels – Zagreb, a non-profit multidisciplinary therapy centre in Croatia, from 2011 to 2016. During my time at Angels – Zagreb, I provided both counselling and neurotherapy (neurofeedback) to clients of all ages who were facing various challenges such as anxiety, depression, sleep problems, and neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism, ADHD, and epilepsy.

My work at Angels – Zagreb was incredibly rewarding, both personally and professionally. Through my experiences, I learned the importance of building strong therapeutic relationships with clients, as well as the value of evidence-based therapies in achieving meaningful outcomes. These lessons have stayed with me throughout my career, and continue to inform my approach to therapy today. I remain grateful for the experience and knowledge that I gained during my time there.

In Zagreb, Croatia, I had the privilege of volunteering as a therapist with two organisations. At Circles, a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping individuals with chronic health conditions, I provided individual therapy to clients who were struggling with a range of challenges. At the Sisters of Charity teaching hospital, I had the opportunity to assist with multi-family group therapy sessions focused on addiction-related issues. My experiences as a volunteer therapist in Zagreb were incredibly rewarding and taught me a great deal about the power of therapy to promote healing and transformation.


Maintaining high standards of practice is a top priority for me, and I take this responsibility seriously. As a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I follow their rigorous code of ethics and professional standards. This includes regular personal therapy and supervision with senior clinicians, ongoing consultation with peers and other mental health experts, and a commitment to continual professional development and education.

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