My standard fee is £60 for individuals and £100 for couples.


How I work

In my practice, I rely on a very dialogic approach which seeks to suit and appreciate each individual in his or her specificity and uniqueness. Because of my own bilingual and multicultural background, I am especially interested in cultural diversity and have extensive experience working with clients from more marginalised backgrounds (whether in terms of nationality, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, or socio-economic status).


Psychoanalysis – Psychotherapy – Clinical Supervision 


I am a member of the UKCP, of the Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis College  (CPJA) and of the College of Psychoanalysts UK (CP-UK).

​​​​​​Training and Experience

I am originally from Paris, France, where I began my training as a psychoanalyst and was actively involved in psychoanalytic circles.

After moving to the UK over a decade ago, I joined the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis where I completed my psychoanalytic training. I am also a member of the College of Psychoanalysts-UK.

I am the Founder and Clinical Director of the Psychosis Therapy Project, a project aimed at promoting individual talking therapy for people experiencing psychosis. The Psychosis Therapy Project currently operates across London under the auspices of Islington MINDLambeth & Southwark Mind and Mind in Haringey.

I have worked in a variety of institutional settings including the NHS.​