Creating a relaxed and open space is important to me, as I strive to make people feel comfortable and connected. I have a deep curiosity about people and the world.
I was born and raised in Eastern Europe into a humble family. After moving to London in my early 20s, I found myself constantly surrounded by people and working with many of them. My interest in the human mind led me to Birkbeck University in my early 30s, where I began my journey in psychology, starting with their Foundation course and progressing to neuropsychology, mental health, child development and disorders. I completed the High Education certificate with them and began to consider how I could use my knowledge. I joined the Julian Campbell Foundation charity as a mentor for young people aged between 11 and 16, which prompted me to gain further skills by joining the Psychosynthesis Counselling Advanced course. During a gap between the first and second year, I joined the Wise Goose Coaching programme. The course fascinated me and gave me new ideas for my future career. I am coming to the end of the course and excited for what’s to come.
I pride myself on being a friendly and relatable person who actively listens to others. Creating a relaxed and open space is important to me, as I strive to make people feel comfortable and connected. If you’re interested in a session with me, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.