Diversity, Inclusion, Equity
I look forward to a time when an Equalities Statement is no longer necessary for anyone to feel safe or welcome.
I positively welcome and support the diversity of individuals and the communities that I serve.
My pronouns are She/Her.
I do not discriminate (indirectly, directly or by association) on the grounds of race, gender, gender reassignment, marital or partnership status, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief, HIV status, or disability (including sensory and physical disabilities, learning disabilities, neurobiological difference and mental health status).
Equality and diversity are majority issues which concern the whole community:
- People who live with disability
- Faith/belief groups/non-faith and beliefs
- Lesbians, bisexuals and gay people
- Older people
- People from black and minority ethnic backgrounds
- Transgender and non-binary people
- Women and men
- Young people
- People with a body size other than ‘average’
Quality means equality in all that I offer to my clients. I aim to be an ally and if I make an assumption or a mistake, please talk to me about it. I am very willing to listen, learn, make amends and understand.
I celebrate diversity and honour each person’s right to live life as the unique human being they are.
Get In Touch
Cavendish Square, London W1G 0PH
Open air appointments available in Claygate and Kew
Online or Phone appointments also available
Mon – Fri: 12pm – 9pm
Weekends: 1.30pm – 5.30pm