About Me

I grew up in Kenya and moved to England in 2000. 

I've just completed my doctorate in Psychotherapy and Counselling, which explores comedy and tragedy in psychotherapy.

I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and member of the British Psychology Society and Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association.

I work for Guildford College as a lecturer in counselling, and at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care as a counsellor. I've also been a counsellor and psychotherapist in 2 GP surgeries in Surrey and run my own private practice from a room at the Surrey Centre for Natural Health in Chessington, as well as a room at home in Leatherhead.

I have worked for the Queen Elizabeth's Foundation, Leatherhead as a Life Coach for people with learning and physical disabilities, and at the Princess Alice Hospice, Esher as a Welfare Benefits Advisor for people diagnosed with terminal illnesses, and their families. 

I've also been a Samaritan for the past 7 years, and was lucky enough to be an Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympics. 

I currently live in Leatherhead with my fiancee, am an avid photographer and enjoy travelling and cooking.