About Kate

Kate is a trauma and cancer survivor with 50 years of diverse life experience. Her professional background is in Motivational Teaching, Wellbeing & TV Journalism. Kate is passionate about empowering others and alleviating symptoms of distress.

With her contagious enthusiasm and empathic confrontation – Kate has been nurturing and inspiring personal growth since the 1980’s. Initially she trained as a coach and personal trainer for men and women wishing to enhance their physical and mental Well Being. Whether facilitating groups for government funded Motivational Coaching or teaching individuals in health clubs, Kate’s philosophy has remained the same; we all have the ability to discover our full potential – whatever our experience.

Towards the end of the 80’s and into the 90’s, Kate’s curiosity into what motivated people to survive and thrive in adversity, led her to Cyprus and Lebanon to research and tell the stories of young people living through Civil War. Back in the UK she joined Adam Holloway MP on a Granada TV current affairs documentary series, where she reported on (among others) the criminal exploitation of vulnerable people. An expose which drew 9 Million viewers. Kate went on to report on matters close to her heart both in Cyprus and the Middle East. Her expose of children’s emotional and physical abuse became front pages news for the Cyprus Mail (2009).

Following her own profound personal healing experience later that year, where she cycled around the Middle East with 250 women from 27 different countries, highlighting Human Rights for Women and Children, Kate returned to London – committed to deepening her own therapeutic practice; so that she could focus her energies on guiding others to interact more healthily with their emotions.

Since 2011 Kate immersed herself in expanding her therapeutic knowledge and formal qualifications. In 2014 she gained a Batchelor of Science Degree BSc (Hons) in Reflective Therapeutic Practice and a Counseling Diploma from the Metanoia Institute in West London. In 2016 she then joined the Master of Science (MSc) Program in Humanistic Psychotherapy at Metanoia Institute, whilst coaching and counselling both children and adults for charities in the UK (Women’s Trust & Place2Be) for the NHS, and within her own very busy private practice.

Kates’ motivation remains the same; to support individuals through a process of discovering their own innate abilities to heal, inspiring them to thrive through adversity, while alleviating symptoms of distress..

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“…Since graduating, Kate has started a very successful private practice, operating both from a home office and from an office in Harley Street. As a one time private practitioner myself, I know how challenging this can be and the ease with which Kate has built and retained her client base confirms to me that she is an excellent therapist.”

Dr Susan Iacovou

Chartered Counselling Psychologist,


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Kate now sees a broad range of International clients from varied social backgrounds in her thriving private practice. She works from West and Central London…. See Below

Her client’s include men, women and children; professionals, celebrities, senior statesmen, refugees, victims of trauma, abuse, domestic violence and those with financial, career and relationship challenges.

Imperial Wharf, Fulham, SW6

Imperial Wharf, Fulham, SW6

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Address: The Ebury Practice, 54A Ebury St, London, SW1W 0LU
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