Karen is a psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor working in West Somerset, UK. Her father comes from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan and her white English mother is from the West Midlands. She has an interest in working at depth integrating diversity, social responsibility and power dynamics with clinical thinking.
She teaches at the Iron Mill in Exeter as well as other training institutes. Karen facilitates groups from a psychodynamic and collective/political frame of reference. She has had an enthusiasm for writing that reaches and touches our humanity. Previously, she edited the race column for the BACP, journal (“Therapy Today”).
She currently contributes to the journal: Politics and Psychotherapy International, edited by Keith Tudor.