MSc, UKCP accredited Humanistic Psychotherapist and Counsellor
The purpose of this website is to offer a collection of thoughts and reflections, mainly about psychotherapy, but also about politics, nature and my experience of the world. Writing and sharing my thoughts helps me to feel more grounded and I hope others can also benefit from reading them.
I am a psychotherapist, currently working as Deputy Head of Student Counselling at the University of Bristol.
I was born in Torino, Italy, where I started my studies in History with a year abroad at the Université de Bourgogne in Dijon, France. After my studies, I worked in a EU-funded youth programme in Luxembourg, promoting inclusion for disadvantaged children and young people.
I moved to the UK to start my training as a psychotherapist. I initially volunteered as a counsellor in different places in London, then started working at the University of Bristol.
I'm interested in yoga, languages, research, politics, gardening and all sort of other things.
Main academic studies
- Currently completing an MSc Psychology at the University of Roehampton
- MSc (Hons) Humanistic Psychotherapy – Metanoia Institute / Middlesex University, London
Main modalities: Transactional Analysis, Person Centered and Gestalt Psychotherapy
- BSc (Hons) Reflective Therapeutic Practice – Middlesex University, London
Diploma in Humanistic Counselling (BACP Accredited) – Metanoia Institute, London
- Corso di laurea triennale in 'Società e culture d'Europa' – Università degli Studi di Torino, Italia
Curriculum: Storia antica e medievale
- Erasmus Academic Year – Université de Bourgogne, France
Sujet: Histoire du Moyen-Âge - "La construction de mottes castrales en Bourgogne"
I believe my training is never finished and I value learning. I'm always curious and keen to learn more.