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Who is it for?

And when?

Many people attend therapy and for many different reasons. You may be experiencing difficulties in a relationship?  You may be unsure of the direction of your career or in another commitment? It may also not be that clear to you, why you feel uneasy or dissatisfied and unable to move forward? You may feel at a crisis point or you may not?

You may be suffering from specific problems such as chronic depression, anxiety or persistent anger? Or perhaps have been diagnosed with a physical or mental illness and require more supportive or structured care?

You may decide to embark on time limited as opposed to open ended work? You may be unsure what would be best for you?  

Attending therapy is a challenge and it is a place where solutions are not necessarily initially apparent. Doubt and uncertainty in regard to your circumstance will most likely be reflected in our work together however what therapy provides is a unique atmosphere where your internal world can be thought about safely - without fear of judgement and in confidence. 

There is no definitive reason for seeking this unique experience and one could argue there are very few relationships that reflect a therapeutic one. 

I retain experience and hold particular understanding in these areas:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationship difficulties

  • Personality disorders

  • Trauma

  • Low self-esteem 

  • Stress

  • Bereavement

  • Sexuality issues

  • Domestic violence

  • Loneliness and isolation

  • Childhood sexual abuse

  • Eating disorders 

  • Addictions

Notably, I am interested in seeing individuals who are experiencing relational conflict and/or codependency