How do you know when you need help?

Some  individuals may be  experiencing difficulty with coping in their day-to-day life .   At these times the assistance of a qualified, trained Therapist can be exceptionally helpful.  Talking about your problems, without being judged for them or given advice.

People often Report:

  • Persistent feelings of dissatisfaction
  • Problems with Relationships
  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Feelings of loneliness, moodiness, sadness,depression, failure, stress or anxiety
  • Problems with alcohol
  • The affects of childhood sexual abuse
  • Feelings of being out of control
  • Panic Attacks
  • Feelings of Guilt and/or Anger
  • Loss & Bereavement

The Aim:

Is to provide a comfortable, safe and confidential opportunity for YOU to talk about how you are feeling, hopefully to resolve problems which have stopped you from living in a satisfying way.

The Therapeutic process is different for each individual person – but I try to keep it simple. This is what you can expect to achieve from the Therapy:

  • Helping you to understand the affects on you of your situation
  • Finding a direction for your future
  • Learning to keep yourself calm when difficulties arise for you.
  • Identifying and breaking behaviour patterns
  • Building new skills for making your life richer and more fulfilling.