I have experience working with people whose difficulties are around their identities as well as with people whose identities are completely incidental to what they wish to seek support for. I’m passionate about seeing people becoming who they are and integrating parts of themselves they previously haven’t accepted.
I work with individuals of all genders, sexualities and ages and have experience supporting people through anxiety, panic attacks, relationship issues, feeling the impact of another’s addiction and feeling stuck. I offer both brief and open-ended counselling depending on what might support you best right now.
Outside of private practice, I’m currently involved in research.
Languages: I work bilingually in English and in Hungarian.
I’m a professionally trained and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I work in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework for good practice and I am bound by the Ethical Code of the Gestalt Centre, London. I attend regular clinical supervision and I’m committed to client confidentiality and continuing professional and personal development. I’m also an Associate Member of the UK Association for Gestalt Practitioners.