I provide in-person and online mental health counselling for adolescents and adults. Using an integrative approach, I bring together concepts from various schools of thought (incl. Person-centered, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, CBT, mindfulness) to fit the unique needs and goals of the client. I work with clients facing a range of challenges including loss and bereavement, life transitions, stress and burnout, trauma, conflict resolution, problematic dynamics, self esteem issues, depressed and anxious mood. I am a member of the Swiss Association of Counsellors with a federal diploma of recognition (SGfB), the Swiss Society of Psychology (SSP), the Swedish Register of Authorised Counsellors (RACS) and an Accredited Member of the European Association of Counsellors (EAC). I abide by their code of ethics and requirements of continued education and supervision.
I was born in Switzerland to parents of different nationalities. I grew up in 3 different continents, undergoing international schooling throughout so have been fortunate enough to be exposed to a rich multicultural environment from an early age. My training in psychology and counselling is British and American. I had a private practice in Geneva, Switzerland for 10 years working with the large expat population of Geneva including humanitarians returning from the field, trailing spouses, NGO and international organisation employees. I also worked as a school counsellor in an international school for two years which further developed my experience working with Third Culture Kids and their families. I moved to Sweden in 2016 and continue working with international clients via Skype and local based clients in person.