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I believe there is no issue too small or too big that cannot be discussed in couples therapy if it impacts the quality of the intimate relationship. Partners often get caught in a negative cycle of conflict which can, at times, be triggered by something seemingly inconsequential, yet can cause huge rifts and much sadness and pain. If a couple is open to change, then this potentially opens the relationship up to lots of positive developments. As couples therapy sessions can be quite intense, I like to use creativity and humor to find a balance that enables everyone to move forward with comfort. I especially love to work with those therapy cynics out there and win them over!!

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Association of family therapy: # 70228104
British association of counselling and Psychotherapy: # -00991722
Social Work England: # SW49998

Where I Practice

Clinical office: London, England

Online intensives and follow up sessions: Great Britain and all over the world



Professional Doctorate in Psychotherapy Studies with the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) (in progress.)

Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy (MAFT) Pan Africa Christian University

Nairobi – Kenya (AAMFT certified course in partnership with Trinity Western University, British Columbia, Canada), 2014

Diploma in Systemic Psychotherapy- Systemic Practitioner, Kensington Consultation Centre, University of Bedfordshire, (2009)

Post Qualification Award in Social Work, level 1, The Royal Holloway, University of London, (2007)

Master of Arts Degree (MA) in Social Work , Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2005

Kent State University, Ohio, USA, Credits in Community Counselling MA degree, 2002/3

BA Honours (2:1), University of Leeds, UK Theology and Religious Studies, 2001

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Client Reviews

Feedback from my couples

I feel like we made a significant amount of progress in a short time.

Our relationship was pretty solid in some ways, but ambiguous in terms of a shared future. Core issues: communication about future, intimacy.

We had weekly online sessions for several months before Couples Therapy Inc. It was negative and unhelpful.

After screening several companies and researching the available therapists, we thought our chosen therapist, as well as the scientific methods underpinning the intensive program structure, would be a good fit for us.

We absolutely recommend Fiona. She was very responsive, kind, caring but also pushed us on deeper issues and wouldn’t let us get around them. She was also willing to take as much time as needed–she was never clock-watching or making us feel like we were on a timetable. She also was extremely responsive to our needs and seemed to tailor our intensive’s programming in real time after recognizing our patterns/where we got stuck. I feel like we made a significant amount of progress in a short time.

The iceberg method combined with having one partner speak and the other transcribe and then repeat back what they heard. The relationship 1.0 vs 2.0 delineation. Fiona was also great at intervening gently when she felt it was necessary, and was warm and easy to connect with, and it felt easy to be open in front of her immediately.

We use the Gottman decks/agape app daily, weekly intentional intimacy sessions, and have become aware of each other’s triggers/starting to descend into patterns before it gets bad.

To couples considering Couples Therapy Inc… do it–it’s much better than any weekly sessions. You can go deeper in a shorter amount of time.

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