Psychotherapy cannot resolve all your problems or provide all the answers. However, committing to the process can elicit significant shifts in wellbeing, help you understand your suffering and provide you with an opportunity to process feeling. It can also provide you with a space to reflect, make sense of and understand you, your relationships and what has happened to you in the past and present.
The therapeutic relationship is the fundamental part of how effective sessions are. My approach to psychotherapy is to build a relationship that enables you to express your thoughts and vulnerability. I work relationally which means that I encourage us to reflect on how we are interacting in the therapeutic relationship with one another and how this can shed light on your relationships outside of therapy. I am informed by both existential and relational psychoanalytic perspectives.