Counselling and Psychotherapy
I have often been asked “who is therapy for?” My answer is always a simple one “it’s for everyone”.
Whilst therapy is often invaluable in supporting people to work through difficult periods, it is equally effective in enabling people to discover their true potential.
Modern life can take its toll on us and we can find ourselves empty, searching and in pain. Therapy offers a solution. The one-to-one space provides a rich and responsive environment, in which to explore, understand, create and grow.
I am passionate about aiding people to become all that they can be. Wherever you are on your journey; in crisis and in need of some support, or eager to find more purpose in your life, therapy can make a real difference.
Therapy is suitable for many differing issues including:
- Problems with relationships
- Obsessive thoughts
- Social anorexia
- Lack of life meaning
- Loss of identity and direction
- Childhood trauma
- Unbalanced, disharmonious life
- Lack of self esteem
- Postnatal depression
- Issues surrounding motherhood and raising children
- Lack of enjoyment, fun and creativity
- Spiritual development
- Adapting to change
I’m interested in beginning therapy, what should I do next?
If you are interested in beginning therapy, you can email me to arrange a free phone consultation, in which we can discuss if therapy is suitable for the issue you are bringing. This conversation will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, and we can book an initial session if appropriate.
In this initial session, we will meet and talk through what has brought you into therapy. We will look at what might be the right path for you and there will be space for any questions you have. As research shows that the most crucial factor impacting the effectiveness of therapy is actually the relationship between the therapist and client, this is also an excellent opportunity to see if we work well together.
At the end of this session, if you decide you want to continue, we can book you in for your next session. Alternatively, if you feel you need time to think about what you want to do next, you are free to go with no obligation to continue.