For twenty years, I had a psychotherapy and coaching practice in Harley Street, which I shared with my late husband Dr David Delvin.  

This all stopped when he became terminally ill in 2016. But during the initial lockdown, a number of adults sought my support, and this led me to re-start my coaching practice – remotely. 

I ‘see’ people with worries about ageing, their health, their relationships in the workplace or with partners or friends, and also offer help with self-esteem and confidence issues. But I must stress that I’m not offering in-depth therapy and the emphasis is on making pragmatic, practical and behavioural changes. In other words, though one cannot dismiss the past, we will be looking forward rather than back.  

Sessions last one hour, or 90 minutes, and the fees are tailored as much as possible to what people can afford.