Psychology has been a life-long passion for me. I expressed my initial interest in mental health at the tender age 11, declaring in a school yearbook that I would like to be a ‘psychiatrist’. This converted some years later into ‘psychologist’ as I got to learn the difference between the two. What led me down this path is a combination of a deep need to understand and improve human suffering and an insatiable curiosity regarding the human mind. It has been a path of ever-increasing growth, insight and awareness. I view psychotherapy as a process of awakening one’s authenticity and spontaneity, through the release of patterns imposed on us by life’s setbacks. I aim to co-create with clients a sacred space of safety and understanding where transformation can be nurtured.