Our Team

Integrative, Person-Centred & Attachment-Informed

Experienced Practitioners, Here For You

At NeuroTribe UK, our multicultural team of practitioners offer therapy sessions, clinical supervision, CPD and training, with personal and professional experience, and special interests in neurodiversity, cultural diversity and intersectionality. Each of our practitioners are BACP, HCPC or UKCP registered Arts Psychotherapists or Counsellors Using the Arts, pairing talking therapies with creative modalities. We are integrative and person-centred in our approach, combining different tools and approaches to tailor our services to each individual client, helping you to explore your personal strengths and identity from your own perspective.

Our attachment-informed practice places open communication and trust at the forefront of our work, helping our clients to live a more rich, meaningful and independent life by understanding the themes and patterns that have affected them throughout their development. 

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Our Practitioners

Our multicultural team of associate practitioners all have lived experience or considerable professional experience with neurodiversity, and are highly skilled and experienced in the fields of both psychotherapy and education.

Kyra Hall-Gelly


Special Interests: Diversity & Marginalization, Multicultural Counselling, Group Facilitation, Young People, Adults, Autism & ADHD

Kyra is a BACP registered integrative counsellor using art therapy, a lecturer in Counselling & Psychotherapy at Kingston College, London, and a former member of the Croydon SEND Parent Forum Steering Group.

She has worked with vulnerable children and young people for over 15 years in schools, pupil referral units, youth groups, colleges, social enterprises and youth arts projects as a youth worker, welfare and enrichment department head, and mental health worker.

She is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), has a PG Cert. in Counselling, an Advanced Diploma in the Therapeutic Application of the Arts, and a Level 7 Diploma in Supervision.

Jan Hall


Special Interests: Anxiety Disorders, Parent & Child Therapy, Clinical Supervision

Jan is an attachment-based art psychotherapist with many years’ experience in varied mental health and educational settings, both mainstream and alternative. Jan specialises in parent-child dyadic work as well as supporting individuals struggling with mood and anxiety disorders, depression, life transitions, relationship breakdowns, and bereavement, through therapy.

Jan also provides online and face-to-face Clinical Supervision for professionals working with children with SEND and SEBD.

She is HCPC registered, a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), and has an MA in Arts Psychotherapy.

Marissa Green


Special Interests: Diversity and Marginalisation, Mental Health, Behavioural Challenges

Marissa is a dramatherapist and mental health practitioner, registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and the British Association of Dramatherapists. She has worked in a wide range of settings, including the NHS, mental health recovery, education (including primary, secondary, and Higher Education), and learning disability care. She has worked with a wide age range of clients using a person-centred approach, supporting clients and their families/loved ones with emotional and mental wellbeing.

Marissa lectures dramatherapy at Anglia Ruskin University.

Qetnefert Khema Netri Jeffers


Special Interests: Problem Substance Use in Children, Young People & Adults, Autism, Hearing Impairments, Learning Disabilities, Developmental Delays, Language Disorders & Trauma

Qetnefert is a HCPC and BADth registered Dramatherapist. She has worked extensively in education primary, secondary, pupil referral units, children’s services, community drugs agencies, therapeutic communities and the criminal justice system.

Qetnefert specializes in using drama therapy and creative arts with children, young people and families in the neurodivergent community, who are experiencing addictions, trauma and marginalization. She speaks British Sign Language to level 1 and holds a certificate in Deaf Awareness. She also uses Makaton. Qetnefert can provide therapy with a BSL interpreter present.

Ali Rabjohns

MBACP (Accred)

Special Interests: Neurodivergent Young People & Adults, Learning Disabilities, Adults Interested in Exploring Creativity, Shamanic Practice & Ancestral Knowledge

Ali is a BACP registered Transpersonal Arts Counsellor with an established practice in the shamanic arts. In therapy, her knowledge and respect for ancestral knowledge enables her to empower her clients to connect to their creativity and spirituality in an embodied way. This can be very helpful for clients who prefer nonverbal expression. Ali is equally adept with talking therapy.

Ali works with a wide range of children, young people, and adults, supporting them with their mental health and emotional well-being, using a transpersonal and person-centered approach. Ali teaches a 1-year shamanic practitioner training, as well as seeing clients for healing, in my sustainable eco-lodge in the Sussex Downs.

Zena Nicholas


Special Interests: Diversity & Marginalisation, Neurodivergence, Third Culture Individuals & Immigrants' Experience

Zena is a BACP registered humanistic therapist. She has personal experience of navigating cultures and neurodivergence, and is passionate about offering a culturally integrated, neurodivergent-tailored, gender and sexuality-affirming practice. Zena supports clients with a wide range of life challenges and mental health struggles through talking therapy.

Zena also runs professional and personal support spaces for other therapists, and facilitates training on many topics, striving to ensure the experiences of marginalised and minoritised groups are recognised and reflected in training and practice.

Pip Patrick


Special Interests: Autism, ADHD, Identity, Trauma, Attachment and Relationships

Pip is a BACP-registered integrative relational counsellor. She has previously worked in the NHS, supporting a diverse range of people struggling with problems including anxiety, depression, relationship and family problems, identity issues, traumatic experiences in childhood and adulthood, work problems, health issues, pregnancy loss and neurodivergence.

Through her own lived experience of neurodivergence, Pip has learnt that marginalised identities can be sources of both challenge and strength and are fundamental to shaping us as the unique individuals we are. As she works with clients to create a deeper understanding of themselves and their troubles, Pip is committed to meeting all facets of their identity with compassion and respect.

Pip is a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and has a degree in integrative relational counselling.

Anjum Siddique


Special Interests: Loneliness, Loss, (Hidden) Identity and Disability

Anjum is a BACP registered Integrative Relational Counsellor. She has worked within the NHS for many years. She has had personal experience of the challenges of living with a ‘hidden’ disability.

Anjum works with her clients to process the often suppressed, painful and overwhelming emotions of fear, guilt, anger, shame and sadness that connect us all with being truly human. She explores past experiences and patterns of behaviour with her clients in order to promote self-knowledge and look towards potential for change.

Anjum is a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and has a first class honours degree in integrative relational counselling.

Fariah Garner


Special Interests: Identity, Trauma, Empowerment, Creative Therapy, and Multicultural Counselling

Fariah is a warm and inclusive integrative psychotherapeutic counsellor. She has worked for both in the NHS and private agencies. For many years Fariah has worked in the public sector supporting people with mental health issues and valuing their individuality.

She has experience supporting clients struggling with trauma, grief, identity, PTSD, eating disorders, low self esteem, abuse, family issues, cultural and racial issues and more. She has experience in, and welcomes, neurodivergent clients and works creatively to engage with feelings that some clients find hard to articulate into words.

Fariah has a first class honours degree in Integrative Relational Counselling and is a registered member of the BACP.

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