As a counsellor and psychotherapist I offer general therapy to individuals. I work with various kinds of psychological or mental health issues including, but not limited to: suicide, self-harm, depression, anxiety, obsessions, eating problems, sexual and relationship problems, abuse, trauma, and identity development.

My main area of interest is around gender and sexual diversity. This includes, but is not restricted to: people who are questioning their sexual or gender identity; those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, celibate, polyamorous, or non-monogamous; those who are on the trans and gender variant spectrum; and those involved in kink lifestyles or sexual practices.

I also provide individual and group clinical supervision, as well as workshops on issues related to gender and sexuality or to general wellbeing.



After my initial training in education and a subsequent diploma in philosophy, I trained as an integrative psychotherapist at the University of Derby. I am currently completing an MA in supervisory practice at the Minster Centre in London. In my practice I also seek to continuously improve my knowledge and skills by attending training on different issues and therapeutic approaches.

I have worked as a teacher, a counsellor and psychotherapist, and a supervisor, and I have delivered workshops, seminars, and training to various groups, including groups of professionals. I have also presented gender and sexual diversity issues during lectures at university, academic conferences, and on the media.



I am an accredited and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, a registered psychotherapist with the Council for the Professions Complementary to Medicine in Malta, a member of the Malta Association of Psychotherapists, and a senior practicing member of the Malta Association for the Counselling Profession.



I am highly fluent in Maltese and English and fluent in Italian and French.