Note that this journey is uniquely yours, no one else’s. So the path has to be your own. You cannot imitate someone else’s journey and still be true to yourself.
People come to see me as individuals or as couples.
They suffer from a wide range of troublesome feelings including sadness, depression, low self-esteem, anger, guilt, shame, phobias, stress, worry, and anxiety (including generalised anxiety disorder and panic disorder).
It may be that circumstances in their life have dealt a blow: family issues, affairs and betrayals, separation and divorce, addictions, childhood traumas, bereavement, health problems, redundancy.
Perhaps a relationship has broken down, or there's worry about relationship issues.
All these events can affect us in different ways, and sometimes you can’t put your finger on exactly what’s wrong; you just know you’re in a spiral of emotional pain.
Counselling and CBT can help by opening new pathways which allow you to discover ways to change and so reverse that spiral.
During your initial meeting I will listen to your story without judgement and between us we will decide whether to continue and if so, what form your therapy should take…
“It’s been helpful to think about things from another perspective. I’ve learnt to be more accepting – to let it go even though it was sad. It has really helped to talk to someone safe."