New Mind Psychology

I have years of clinical experience of providing psychological support to individuals at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust.

I work as a post-doctoral research associate in Anglia Ruskin University, conducting research on ethnic minorities and issues of immigration and mental health.

I work in partnership with Buckinghamshire New University, University of Bolton, St Mary’s University and Regent College, conducting lectures for under and post graduate students.

I am a member of British Psychological Society and a fellow member of European Group For The Study of Deviance And Social Control. I have peered reviewed academic articles on Journal of Gender-Based Violence and published multiple articles on the persistence of social and structural harm on ethnic minorities in the UK. 


The client can explore various aspects of their life and feelings in the counselling sessions, talking about them freely and openly in a way that is rarely possible with friends or family.


Online therapy, also known as e-therapy, e-counseling, teletherapy, or cyber-counseling, is the delivery of mental health services and support via the internet. Email, text messaging, video conferencing...


Areas of expertise

Who We Are

Clinical Psychologists

Clinical Psychologists offer therapies to people with mental disorders and are equipped with skills in assessment and treatment of complex mild to severe difficulties. They use a range of different techniques and therapies to treat mental and emotional disorder. They are able to personalise and tailor the treatment to the patient’s specific needs.
As a registered member of the British Psychological Society, my area of clinical expertise is providing mental health support to individuals with anxiety disorders, depression, addiction, anger management, personality disorders, phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and more.

Psychology is the study of people’s minds

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Treated Patients

New Mind Psychology


Most people have stressful situations from time to time. Life is not always simple or clear-cut.
We frequently lack a confidant with whom we may fully express our deepest feelings. Talking to friends and family can be beneficial, but most of us don’t share our most intimate thoughts and feelings with those closest to us. Open communication about concerns can occasionally be impeded by speaking with friends or relatives. You can feel more alone as a result of this barrier.
Working with a therapist can assist you in speaking your thoughts and feelings out loud and facing them head-on rather of holding them inside, which can result in anxiety, tension, and sickness. Whether you experience anger, loss, sadness, resentment, guilt, or any other tough emotion, chatting will provide you the chance to reflect on and process your feelings and thoughts practically at your own pace.
Counseling can also assist you in finding answers to problems that have previously overwhelmed or negatively impacted you, as well as new skills for forming successful, better relationships.
Additionally, therapy can help you develop stronger self-worth and assertiveness, lessen anxiety and sadness, and develop the capacity to create boundaries for both you and other people.