Satinder studied at the University of Derby and has an MA in Integrative Counselling. She is an accredited, registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) & UKCP.
Satinder is an Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist who has worked in the third sector, the NHS GG&C and private sector for the past 25 years nationally, delivering counselling to young people and adults. Satinder has delivered training in a variety of environments and on a range of topics. She is also a Clinical Supervisor for individuals and groups, and an Executive Coach.
Satinder has a particular interest in facilitating group clinical and wellbeing supervision and delivering training to students. Theportfolio of people she is supervising and coaching is wide ranging: amongst other projects, she is working with students across Scotland and providing wellbeing supervision groups for nurses and consultants within a sexual health setting. Her more recent work around wellbeing supervision has been supporting individuals who work at the crisis end of homelessness and employability.
As a Punjabi speaking Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Satinder is able to work effectively with individuals, taking into consideration the issues that are faced in small communities. She has a particular interest and vast experience in working with trauma (Judith Herman Model), in particular working with survivors of rape and sexual assault and child sexual abuse. Some of her working experience includes working in Sandyford Sexual Health Clinic, Archway Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Glasgow, Refuge UK and Millfield House, a- Sexual Assault Referral Centre in the Midlands.
Additionally, Satinder is a member of the BACP Healthcare Executive Division for the four nations - the aim is to promote and support excellence in healthcare, counselling and psychotherapy, and supervision.
On a personal level Satinder is an avid networker, and loves dancing and hillwalking.