Born and raised in sunny Italy, I am heavily influenced by my motherland’s rich culture, historically hard work ethic and zest for the finer things in life.

After a pivotal stint as an air hostess for the iconic Virgin Airlines in 1997, this sparked a lifelong interest in travel and immersing myself in cultures and communities across the globe. After a short trip to the UK, I found myself strongly connected to the country and its people. Excited by its many job opportunities and prospects for growth, I decided to settle and have resided in London ever since.

Despite my love for the high-flying lifestyle, I was inspired to follow my dreams and pursue my passion for psychology. I achieved a first class degree in psychology studies from the University of west London in 2003 and subsequently enrolled into the Psychology Practitioner’s Doctorate at the University of Surrey, passing with no corrections in 2006.

A skyrocketing year in terms of my personal career goals, I soon obtained an initial role as a qualified Psychologist. A split role between a Psychiatric ward and a Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team, this role involved serving the local East London community. It was indeed a highly rewarding role and a privilege to deliver psychological therapy for a range of severe and enduring clinical presentations.

Whilst carrying out my role, I became deeply affected by the magnitude of staff burnout and workforce shortages. Witnessing the stressful toll the nature and environment of this work was having on myself, and the tirelessly hardworking team around me, I decided to put time aside from my clinical role to start a Reflective Practice group for staff. This not only impacted positively on staff burnout and their attitude to the workplace, but had the knock-on effect of ensuring those receiving care were positively impacted as well. In 2012 I became part of a Staff Incident Support team in my following job in a Community Mental Health Team, receiving an award for best practice.

This led to my next professional endeavour, starting my ICF accredited coaching course, which I completed in 2013. Since then I have been thoroughly enjoying my work with coaching corporate clients. After continuous feedback from satisfied clients seeing real-time results, and feeling increasingly more energised in their places of work, I devised a detailed and evidence based wellbeing toolkit.

Wanting to share my expertise with a larger employees audience, I enrolled in my MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology to test the final version of the Wellbeing Toolkit. I am now proud to announce that the Toolkit was found to increase wellbeing and reduce perceived stress across all the participants in my study. I have since been using the Vision and Values Wellbeing at Work Toolkit to conduct team and individual coaching sessions. I feel that this is my springboard towards creating further real-world impact for my clients. I am dedicated to sharing my coaching and psychology knowledge, whilst empowering teams to work towards their vision and values. See the Toolkit page for more information.

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