"Psychotherapy can help you manage the complexities of simply being human."
"Not only is this book a beautiful and powerful exploration of the desires that make us human, but I’ve never before encountered such an open portrayal of the therapist’s own perspective."
I grew up in Connecticut and Paris, and went to the University of Bristol, where I studied English and Philosophy. I did my psychotherapy training at the Tavistock & Portman Trust, the Institute of Psychoanalysis, WPF, and Regent’s University. I founded The School of Life Psychotherapy in 2015, and now I work in private practice. I’m also a writer.
What We Want is "at once a fly-on-the-wall look at the wants that bind us together, a cautionary tale on the dangers of not articulating our desires, and a practical toolkit for living well". For rights, contact my literary agent Adam Gauntlett (Peters, Fraser and Dunlop).
I am writing my first book, called What We Want, which will be published by Wildfire in the UK and Atria in the USA in 2022.
I speak on podcasts and give interviews, and offer classes and lectures on psychotherapy and emotional issues. Here's my latest podcast appearance.
I work with teams and companies to look at group dynamics and address psychological issues in the workplace. I tailor my approach depending on your needs. Please contact me for more information.
I work with individuals, couples, and groups. My approach is relational and collaborative. My fee is £100 per 50 minute session. Please contact me directly if you’d like to book a consultation session.