There is no specific time in life when people turn to therapy.  It may be because of a significant event such as a divorce or bereavement or more general feelings of anxiety or depression that are difficult to understand. These issues could be recent or rooted in the past, or often they may be linked together in way that is difficult to see without talking about them.

 

The psychodynamic approach is to listen to you and to help you change unhelpful patterns of behaviour and thinking.  This understanding comes through making connections with the past and present and developing a better insight into ourselves.  Confidentiality is extremely important and I offer a safe and containing space where you can explore whatever is on your mind.  To this end I provide both short term and open ended psychotherapy depending on your needs .

 

This approach will allow you to make sense of your emotional experience, increase your well being, improve your own self awareness and your interpersonal relationships.

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