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My path to becoming a therapist was inspired by a profound interest in understanding human behaviour through my own life experiences. Along my way, I discovered the transformative power of therapy and developed a deep empathy for people facing emotional difficulties and mental health challenges.

As a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I adhere to high standards of ethical practice and ongoing professional development. I also specialise in treating eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image concerns.

I am deeply committed to creating a safe and nurturing space where you can explore your feelings and experiences without judgment. By combining my lived experience with evidence-based practices, I tailor therapy sessions to meet your unique needs. My goal is to provide you with the tools and support to thrive.

Outside of therapy, I'm passionate about professional growth, and nurturing creativity. I have a deep interest in Black culture, especially through books, music, and thought-provoking expressions. I also enjoy spending quality time with family and friends.


I look forward to walking alongside you on your journey toward healing and self discovery.


with warmth Kae

"Therapy with Kae was one of the best decisions I've made. Kae created a safe and supportive environment where I gained valuable insights and tools to navigate life's challenges with ease and confidence. Highly recommend!"
"I cannot thank Kae enough for the incredible impact therapy has had on my mental health! Her support and expert guidance helped me to overcome my eating disorder, which I never thought was possible. I would highly recommend Kae to anyone looking to make positive changes in their life."
Hey Kae, thank you for helping me become a better version of myself. Your expertise and compassion have made a profound impact on my life. and I am eternally grateful

General Questions About Psychotherapy


What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy involves working with a trained therapist to explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. This process helps you understand yourself better and improve your mental well-being.


How do I know if I would benefit from therapy?

Therapy can be helpful if you're experiencing stress, anxiety, relationship issues, personal growth challenges, or simply want to enhance your mental health and well-being. If you're seeking positive changes in your life, we can help.


What issues can psychotherapy help with?

Our therapy services can assist with a range of issues, including stress, eating related issues, body image concerns, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, grief, self-esteem, personal growth, and life transitions.


Practical Questions About Therapy

How do I choose the right therapist? Choosing our service means you'll work with a qualified and compassionate therapist. We focus on creating a safe and understanding environment to ensure you feel comfortable and supported.


What should I expect in the first session? In your first session, we'll discuss your reasons for seeking therapy, your personal history, and your goals. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and see if our approach feels right for you.


How long does therapy last?

The duration of therapy varies based on individual needs. Initially, sessions are weekly for the first six weeks. After this period, we will discuss your progress and adjust the frequency of sessions as needed.


Concerns About the Therapy Process

Is therapy confidential?

Yes, confidentiality is a cornerstone of our practice. Everything you share is kept private, with exceptions if there's a risk of harm to yourself or others, or if required by law.


How much does therapy cost?

Costs vary. We will discuss fees and payment options with you directly to find a plan that works for you.


What if I don’t feel better right away? Therapy is a process, and it takes time. We encourage open communication about your feelings and progress. If needed, we can adjust the treatment plan to better suit your needs. 


Can I do therapy in person?

We only offer online sessions, providing you with the convenience and effectiveness of therapy from the comfort of your home.


How often should I attend therapy sessions? Sessions are weekly for the first six weeks. After that, we will discuss your progress and determine the best schedule moving forward.


What types of therapy are available? We offer integrative therapy, which uses a combination of different modalities tailored to your unique needs. Our approaches include:- Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy(CBT)  Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) Psychodynamic Therapy Person-Centred Therapy Somatic Approaches Each approach is used interchangeably to personalise the therapy experience for you.

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