How I practice
I work one-to-one, and I see patients regularly weekly in my consulting room in Central London or online.*
It is essential to arrange an assessment first, which will allow us to think together about your difficulties and what kind of ongoing help you might need.
Should we decide to work together, I will suggest a structure for our future mutual engagement.
Currently, I prioritise my low-fee psychotherapy spaces for the Ukrainian victims of war.
* In these challenging times concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, I offer psychotherapy remotely.
Why having an assessment?
Committing to psychodynamic psychotherapy without having a general assessment is unwise. This is not only because this form of psychotherapy may not be the most suitable treatment for you but also because meeting with your psychotherapist face to face is of vital importance: choosing a therapist you feel comfortable with is crucial for successful psychotherapy treatment.
The assessment experience should also give you an idea of how I practice and what you might expect from me. It is also an opportunity to ask questions and raise any concerns that you might have before committing to this form of therapy.
If I am not the right person, I will make sure that I connect you with someone who might be able to help you.
The assessment lasts fifty minutes. However, if we both feel that we did not have enough time to agree on an ongoing treatment plan, I might suggest further explorative meetings.