Since becoming a psychotherapist, the majority of my career has been spent working abroad.
I spent 14 years working in the U.S., Argentina and Cambodia. In that time I created two practices, one a small private practice in Buenos Aires, the other a centre in Cambodia. While running the centre I also managed therapists from from all over the world who worked with the local expatriate population; teachers and school administrators, journalists, members of the armed forces, human rights lawyers, diplomats, entrepreneurs and business people, and N.G.O. workers.
I returned to the U.K. 2 years ago, and have been working with both expats and English clients for the past year.