Gloria has been practicing as a psychotherapist/ Counsellor for 11 years. She qualified with an MA in counselling from Goldsmith College and as a systemic practitioner from Prudence Skynner Clinic at St Georges Hospital in London. Gloria is accredited with BACP/ NCS and is a member of the British Psychological Society. She also works as a clinical supervisor and a facilitator with expertise on facilitating workshops on racism.
Gloria works with individuals, couples and groups and specialises in workplace stress, complex presentations, anxiety and transcultural issues. She has experience working with the NHS across a variety of settings such as schools both primary and secondary, prisons, probation services and GP surgeries, and currently works in private practice in Greenwich and also with EAP’s. Gloria is certified to work with the blind and people with sight loss and currently works as a counsellor with RNIB.
As part of her down time and self-care, Gloria loves spending time with family and friends eating and drinking. She loves walking around London parks and playing badminton with her ladies in Woolwich.
Gloria facilitates “The Challenge of Racism in Therapeutic Practice” workshops run by BAATN