I am a fully-insured HCPC and BAAT accredited Art Psychotherapist, creative healer and artist. I have more than ten years experience of working in the community and the arts as healing, and have worked in diverse settings, including refugee camps, palliative care, education and domestic and sexual violence.

I am a practicing Tibetan Buddhist under the guidance of Chamtrul Rinpoche, a recognised master within the Nyingma tradition. 

I am deeply committed in facilitating and holding a safe and non-judgmental space for everyone who is interested in connecting to their own creative source, heart wisdom and life force within.

My own life journey and suffering has opened my heart wider and made me more compassionate towards the suffering of every being.  My various relationships ( friends, family, lovers, strangers), my training in formal educational settings (MA in Visual Anthropology, MA in Art Psychotherapy) as well as learning from Sufi teachers, precious Shamans and Buddhist teachers have brought me to the realization of the importance of sharing my skills and love by connecting heart to heart so everyone can step into their fullest potential.

I am eternally grateful for my teachers and I am blessed to be able to share these experiences and teachings to support you find your own inner healer through your infinite resources and heart wisdom within. 

Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It’s a relationship between equals. Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others. Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.
— Pema Choedron

The sessions are tailored to the needs and process of each person. We are all different and there is Beauty in recognizing each unique’s pace and rhythm.

I have gained an accreditation as a Yoga-teacher with the International Yoga Alliance and use simple movements,breathing exercises and story-telling in some of the sessions, depending on the context.

I am part of the Lux Associate Artist collective and continue to use the moving image as a powerful mean of projection and reflection in group workshops.