Kate has an interest and brings to the team demonstrable clinical experience of working with children and young people who present with gender identity discomfort and gender variance. Kate has recently contributed to a gender identity online training module aimed at teachers and health professionals. Kate is a strong advocate and educator when working with sexual orientation and young people who identify as lesbian, gay and or bisexual. She enjoys working with same sex couples and families.
In addition to her therapeutic work Kate is an accomplished and popular supervisor, trainer, lecturer and tutor in the field of systemic psychotherapy. She values encouraging trainees and professionals to use their knowledge base and skills through the lenses of systemic thinking to enhance practice and bring every family member’s voice to the fore.
In addition to her clinical and supervisory work, Kate taught on the Post- Graduate Diploma in Applied Systemic Theory at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust for 20 years. She is currently a visiting lecturer at Surrey University.
Born in Lyon, France, with the UK as home, where she has raised her family and worked for over 30 years, Kate also offers French speakers the opportunity to engage in therapeutic work or supervision in their first language.
Kate is registered with UKCP (registration number: 00111043)