When I met Kate I was coming from 3 years of therapy with 3 different therapists who helped me in some way but did not manage to solve completely some of my issues. I was feeling stuck like in cage.

Her approach was different from any other therapists I have met in my entire life. She interconnects with you, she truly cares for you and aims to help you no matter what it takes. Thank you Kate from all my heart.

Anyone struggling to flourish in their life can benefit from therapy

I am an experienced Chartered Clinical Psychologist based in Cambridge UK, offering individual and couples therapy. I help clients aged 18 and over with a wide range of problems, from anxiety, depression and trauma, to situations of loss, relationship difficulties and stressful life events. If you are struggling right now, or simply curious about the benefits therapy can bring, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and arrange a free initial consultation.

My specialisms

Compassion focused therapy

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)



The interplay of physical and mental health

Relationships and attachment styles

Couples therapy

Working with high levels of self-criticism


Face to face or online sessions

I can flexibly offer sessions in my clinic room in Histon, near Cambridge, online via zoom or a hybrid mix of the two


Free initial consultations

£125 per hour session ongoing

Covered by BUPA, AXA and AVIVA

Sessions are invoiced monthly, online payment with your bank card

Compassion is action

About Kate

A psychologist with a passion for compassion…

I qualified in 2002 at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience in London. I’ve trained in many approaches over the years and I have worked with clients across the lifespan. Recently I have started to use compassion focused therapy (CFT) in most of my individual work with clients. This approach was developed by Professor Paul Gilbert OBE from the  Compassionate Mind Foundation and I find it very successful for individual work. The aim of CFT is to increase wellbeing in clients to help them flourish and thrive. Hence it is not just a therapy for mental ill health, but also an approach you can take forward into your life to cultivate confidence, resilience and increased emotional literacy.

Be helpful, not harmful