About Psychotherapy



PSYCHOTHERAPY DIFFERS FROM MANY OTHER THERAPIES in aiming to bring about deep and long-term change.

Through discussion of the issues which trouble you, you can gain new awareness, insight and understanding.

The provision of a supportive and non-judgemental relationship creates a safe space in which you can modify old habits and test out new ways of relating.

I will work with you to make sense of your experiences, modify longstanding behavioural habits and explore new ways of being. In this way, I hope to help you gain a greater understanding of yourself and develop the confidence to change.

Studies have shown that psychotherapy can contribute significantly to mental and physical health, a sense of well-being and an ability to manage life more effectively.

Psychotherapy can help with:




An inability to form satisfactory relationships

Low confidence and self-esteem

Loss of purpose and lack of fulfilment

Bereavement and grief

Trauma and PTSD

Eating disorders

Psychosomatic conditions

Anger management

Panic attacks

Obsessive and compulsive behaviour