I'm an experienced psychotherapist with a broad range of experience in private practice and in the NHS. Its important to talk about the fears, anxiety and practical concerns being experienced re COVID-19 at the moment. I offer online therapy most suitable to you and free sessions for those NHS workers on the frontline during COVID-19.
Perhaps you’re experiencing relationship difficulties , suffering from anxiety or depression, experienced bereavement or a trauma. You may even feel overwhelmed with your circumstances, feeling sad, lonely or disconnected. Talking regularly to someone in a non-judgemental space can bring great comfort, freedom and healing. I work empathetically, providing a safe space to make sense of difficult experiences and feelings. My experience suggests that whilst symptoms can point to something being out of balance, they also contain the seeds of recovery and fulfilment.
I adopt a psychodynamic approach, which explores how your experiences in the present are informed by your past. In understanding these through time, unhelpful patterns of behaviour and thinking can be released, leading to enhanced emotional relationships and wellbeing.
I have particular interest in the following areas:
-Relationship issues and intimacy
-Depression to include: pre- and post-natal, difficulties around miscarriage, conception, stillbirth and bereavement
-Identity and its complexities, including: gender, sexuality and cross cultural
-Anxiety and stress
For a better understanding of my work please view my website, give me a call 07542 280991 or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.