After graduating in Occupational and Organisational Psychology at the University of Turin, I worked for several years in Italy in the field of human resources. In this area I handled coaching, professional training and corporate reorganisation interventions.
However, after a few years, I realised that the HR world was not for me. In fact, I was drawn to the freedom of working beyond the constraints of corporate logistics to help people express their potential not only in professional terms.
So, after a long personal and spiritual journey, I decided to continue my training in the clinical field by studying different forms of psychotherapy and counselling.
In 2003 I returned to the meditation and Mindfulness that I had started to practise and study in Tuscany, at the Lama Tzong Khapa Institute, the largest Buddhist centre in Europe. Here I studied transpersonal and mindfulness-based counselling, becoming increasingly passionate about the study of the human soul and mind.
This passion spurred me to undertake more training courses, eventually leading to my arrival in London, where I settled and where I still live and work. It is here that I completed my training in psychosynthesis psychotherapy, coaching and positive psychology.
For more than 10 years now I have been working privately with individuals and couples, offering counselling, psychotherapy and coaching sessions.
In my work as a psychologist, psychotherapist and coach, my main objective is to let people fully express their potentials and experience a growing sense of self-respect, self-love and a feeling of inner growth.
For several years now, I have been collaborating with various non-profit associations, handling projects that promote emotional intelligence against bullying, cyber-bullying and gender biases. In particular, I have been actively participating as a volunteer with Need You ONLUS of which I am a founding member.
I consider myself a respectful, open-minded and non-judgemental professional. Above all however, I am an honest, welcoming and warm human being with a long-standing, intense curiosity about life and its many manifestations.