Psychotherapy is a powerful tool for dealing with life’s difficulties and challenges.
It can help in addressing specific symptoms such as depression, anxiety, phobias or addictions. It can also help with a general sense of being confused and overwhelmed.
People often turn to psychotherapy at a moment of crisis, perhaps related to relationships, a loss or career change. At times like this it can offer a sturdy ship with which to navigate stormy seas, an anchor or rock to help one regain composure.
We are conscious that people can be intimidated by the idea of psychotherapy and aim to make people feel welcome, at ease and empowered. We encourage people to be frank and honest about what they wish to achieve in their therapy and about how they think it can be best achieved.
Whilst we bring our expertise and experience into every encounter we also respect the individuality of every human being. We do not impose any one rigid approach but carefully consider the best way to work with each and every client.
We are aware that people can feel uncomfortable or embarrassed about seeking psychotherapy. All our work is treated with the utmost confidentiality and professionalism.