I grew up in South India, and moved to the UK almost thirty years ago. I have raised three children and I am acutely aware of the struggles that women and immigrants face, especially those from different cultures.
I first experienced counselling when going through a painful divorce, following 20 years of marriage. I felt alone and needed someone to talk to; I needed professional support. My counsellor was honest, kind, and extremely supportive. They helped me understand myself and what I was going through. This was transformative and two years later, I decided to become a counselling therapist. I wanted to be that person who made a difference when it really mattered. I am committed to working with and supporting my clients in the challenges they face; including mental health, relationships, and in overcoming fears, anxieties, stress, and worries.
I love people and am passionate about my work. I have a deep understanding of British and Indian cultures, and they inspire me to enrich both my life and practice. I aim to make a difference in every way possible.
My training and qualifications include: