Life can be challenging. Connecting with a therapist through talking in a safe space can be empowering. I am here to walk alongside you. That is my philosophy.
I have profound experiences of working on diverse problems with clients from different backgrounds. In particular, I have extensively been working ontrauma related issues including sexual violence both for acute and historical events. One of the important aspects of healing from traumatic experiences is to regain a sense of power back in your life. I listen to your own narrative, and we will focus on regaining your power back in your life as well as coping with your day-to-day difficulties.
I also believe thatwe don't need to have a significant event to access therapy. Therapeutic space can be beneficial for those who don't have a specific issue, but just want to change something in your life and/or to explore yourself.
I respect the impact of the community, the society, the culture, the nature, and the world on our lives. I integrate these perspectives into my practice, and try to understand things that you are facing in a wider context.
I am an accredited Counsellor and Psychotherapist at the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Registration Number: 373634
I hold the following degrees:
MA in Counselling, Goldsmith University of London
BA in Psychology, Japan Women's University
I am currently working as a Specialist Counsellor at the Havens, Sexual Assault Referral Centre, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
I have previously worked at organisations including:
Haven Network - For Survivors of Abuse, London, UK
Hackney Recovery Service, London, UK
Place2Be, London, UK
Child Social Service, Kawasaki, Japan
I continuously deepen my expertise to provide Counselling and Psychotherapy at the best standards.
Below are training that I have attended:
The Trauma Counsellor’s Toolbox: Exercises to Aid Recovery and healing from Complex Trauma
Sexually Transmitted Infections Foundation Course (STIF)
Living in the Bubble: Trauma, Dissociation, Shame and Sex Addiction
Domestic Violence Training at King's College Hospital