Nice to meet you

I am a qualified psychotherapist. I work with the whole person bringing together the past and the present into the here and now. I am passionate about how unconscious early childhood experiences shape the adult we have become; become accepting of the coping strategies we have adopted, some which may not be helpful to us in as we would like to believe.

My therapeutic journey started with my training as a person-centred psychotherapist. I followed this by undertaking a post-graduate diploma in Infant Mental Health, forging psychoanalysis into my integrative practice.

My therapeutic approach is primarily conducted online, and I have seamlessly integrated this method into my practice. For individuals who may find it challenging to share their thoughts and feelings, the convenience of participating in therapy from their own confidential and secure environment can be a valuable asset.

I trained in providing support in my mother tongue, Punjabi and have some experience of Pakistani, Hindi and Urdu.

In addition to my clinical work, I hold the position of Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick, where I am actively involved in teaching and mentoring students on both undergraduate and postgraduate counselling courses.

My doctorate in Health Sciences was a mixed methods randomised controlled trial in the counselling field, my thesis was based on a research study evaluating the impact of telephone-based peer-support on postnatal depression. My interest was in providing support for new mothers, helping them to regulate their emotions so that they in turn, could emotionally regulate their babies emotions.

I also worked on the Parents under Pressure Study (PuP Study) which again supported vulnerable parents of children under the age of 2.5 who used substances to help them manage difficult challenges in life. Again, my interest was to provide support for the parents so that they could support the relationship with their child.

The time of greatest influence, for good or ill, is then the brain is new. If we want to help the next generation we should be working with their parents while they are babies now” (Balbernie 2001).

University of Warwick

Continued Professional Developement


Warwick University
PhD in Health Sciences – Mums4Mums: Evaluating Telephone-Based Peer-Support for Postnatal Depression
Tavistock and Portsmouth Clinic
Post Graduate Diploma Infant Mental Health


British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy
MBCAP (Accred - 377689
Association of Infant Mental Health
Individual Member

Clinical Experience

Sound Foundations Early Intervention & Psychotherapy Hub
Northampton Parent Infant Psychotherapy
Forward Thinking Birmingham (0-5)

Improved Access to Psychological Therapies

Sahil Project
Myton Hospice

Have any questions?

If you have any questions about the therapies, feel free to contact us.

Doloress K.

Therapy has really helped me overcome some past trauma I had been keeping under a lid for a long time. Now, I feel happier and more confident in my life, and feel like I can walk with my head held high.

Anthony M.

Coming from a competitive sports background, the injury that ended up making me give up my career was a hard blow. With therapy, I was able to start building my identity around other things than just sport.