People come to therapy for a wide range of different reasons. You could be looking for help with depression, anxiety or distorted thinking, to deal with past trauma or abuse, to explore relationship problems or family issues, to help cope with grief and loss, and to learn to deal with change. You could be feeling sad, stuck, uncertain, alone, and have issues with identity and self-worth, stress or lack of confidence. Or simply want to learn to understand yourself and your relationships more.
Perhaps right now you know you're not happy, you don't feel like your usual self, you're struggling to connect with other people or explain what's wrong. You want someone to listen to you, to help you feel better. You might not feel like your problems are big or serious enough, but if things are impacting your life and how you feel you deserve to seek help and support. Everyone can benefit from becoming more aware of how they see the world and why. Working with the right therapist can help you to understand your difficulties, to confront and overcome challenges, and to improve your relationship with yourself and others.
Whatever has brought you here, congratulations on taking the first step towards improving your life.
An experienced integrative psychotherapist, who has been providing high-quality short and long-term individual psychotherapy for five years. I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
If you would like to learn more about the type of therapy I offer and how it could benefit you, we can arrange a free introductory phone call. Please text or send an email to discuss further, and I will try to answer any questions you may have.