About Me

My clinical practice:


My clinical practice is mainly informed by the person centred approach.
However, training in an integrative approach enables me to understand a client's distress from different perspectives including Psychodynamic theories and cognitive behavioural therapy.


I am aware that environmental factors including social stigma may limit the options for some individuals, perpetuating emotional distress emanating from real or perceived self- stigma of whatever kind, including medical or psychological diagnosis.

I professionally embrace equality and adhere to The Equality Act, (2010) and offer counselling services to all, in support of people's unique individuality within the context of a shared social world.

Qualifications:

 

PhD, "Socio-economic factors affecting implementation of community-managed tsetse control in Busia District, Kenya". University of Reading.

 

MA, Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Roehampton.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) Sociology and Philosophy, University of Nairobi.


Veterinary Epidemiology/Economics/Statistics and Computing Module for MSC Degree, University of Reading.


Level 4 Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA), University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations.


Level 2 Counselling Skills BACP, Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body.
Training in Community Mediation Skills, National Open College Network.


Essential Shared Capabilities (ESC) Advanced Module, Race Equality and Cultural Capability Train the Trainer Course.