You might be struggling with anxiety, depression, loneliness or suicidal thoughts. You might be worrying there is something wrong with you, or feel isolated or stuck. It may be that you have had a relationship breakdown, suffered a bereavement, or be worrying about someone in your family. So many different feelings and situations can bring us to counselling and psychotherapy.
I offer you a confidential space to explore your experiences and feelings. You will have an hour a week in which to talk about whatever you would like. I will listen with great care and attention, and over time, I work with you to help you think about yourself and your life through my objectivity and curiosity about your experiences.
Together, we can work to understand your ways of relating to others, as well as creating space for your feelings. As we build self-awareness, the process of therapy can help you to see your situation more clearly and restore your ability to choose. Therapy can also help you to think about how you get stuck, and therefore how you can experiment with finding new solutions or ways of facing and overcoming your difficulties. Sessions take place on a one-to-one basis.