Anthony has worked as a counsellor and therapist for the last 23 years.
He worked as a counsellor and organisational manager supporting people with addictions and people in LGBT communities from 1996 until 2012. This included a focus on those from Black and minority ethnic communities and people affected by HIV/AIDS.
He has been in private practice since 2002, offering counselling to individuals and couples and providing clinical supervision to individuals and groups. Prior to that, he worked as a freelance clinical supervisor at several third-sector organisations in London.
Anthony was employed as Community Development Services Manager for PACE, London’s leading LGBT mental health & wellbeing charity, from 2008-2012. He managed a range of counselling services and a therapeutic group work programme for gay/bisexual men covering HIV, sexual health, & mental health.
He developed strategies for promoting sexual health for black gay/bi men as a volunteer for Big Up at GMFA and was part of the PACE therapeutic group work programme from February 2001- December 2012
He was the Senior Clinical Practitioner at Rugby House, running a community-based substance misuse rehabilitation centre and led a gay men’s substance misuse group for the Turning Point Hungerford project.
As an associate of Safe & Equal Learning Partnership, he has created and delivered stress management courses for college safeguarding staff.
Anthony’s qualifications are:
• Diploma in Person-Centered Counselling (Metanoia Institute Nov 2002)
• Diploma in Integrative Clinical Supervision (CPPD Ltd June 2011)
• Advanced Post Diploma Certificate in Person-Centered Couples Counselling (Counselling Works Ltd Oct 2013)
• BACP Accreditation March 2014
Anthony facilitated a workshop at the April 2023 BAATN conference