About me

In life we are told to build relationships with people around us – parents, friends, siblings, and colleagues – but one thing we are not told, is that the best relationship we can build is with ourselves.

I would like to offer you a comfortable, warm, and safe space where together we can take small steps to start exploring, reflecting, and building a relationship for your future self.

This process is about how you want to proceed in dealing with the issues that are present in your life, and together we can work on peeling the layers back and understanding the core issue(s).

I am a well experienced counsellor with a calming presence, currently running my own private clinic in West Drayton, UK. Experience with clients dealing with mental health, anxiety, grooming, sexual abuse, domestic violence, grief, and drugs & alcohol.

In my practice I see a wide range of clients, from a diverse cultural background. With languages in both English and Punjabi this enables me to have a better understanding and awareness of some of the difficult issues the clients are facing in their world.

From experience it has shown that by incorporating relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation and using mental imagery, enables the client the opportunity to create feelings of relaxation, needed to achieve the best results.

Feel free to give me a call and we can discuss your thoughts over a virtual cup of tea. If this is something you would like to explore but are feeling anxious about talking to a stranger, feel free to start the conversation on email and we can then move forward at your own pace.

Qualifications & Practice Details

Member: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy


Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling - The Therapeutic Alliance

Additional Credentials:

Pranic Psychotherapy Therapist

Insurance Plans: United Kingdom

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types
In Person

·         Mental health

·         Anxiety & Stress

·         Grooming

·         Sexual abuse

·         Domestic violence

·         Grief & Loss

·         Drugs & Alcohol

·         Self-harm

·         Depression

·         Cultural issues