Psychological therapy is a type of talking therapy. Sessions involve you and I sitting (no lying on the couch like you see in the movies) and talking about your concerns, my role is to support you, and help explore your thoughts and feelings without judgement.
Many of my clients come wanting to know...
Why do I feel like this?
What is happening to me?
How can I feel better?
By using my knowledge and experience of a range of psychological theories and research we can work together to find the answers to your questions. Enabling you to feel, cope and live better.
Psychological counselling offers more than traditional 'counselling' as it sets out to understand your mindset, your feelings and behaviours and offers specific strategies and practical ways of coping. When we grow up we are rarely taught about how our mind works or how to understand emotions so my aim is to share my knowledge with you and help you to learn how to cope better.
What is Psychological Therapy?
I Can Help You...
Get relief from
worry, anxiety and panic
Beat low mood and depression
Build self confidence
Heal from traumatic experiences
Control anger and frustration
Improve your relationships
Create a healthy work life balance
Is therapy right for me?
You might be looking for support with a particular issue that is troubling you or you may be feeling confused and overwhelmed and not sure what kind of help you need. Whatever is bothering you right now I am confident that I can help you make sense of what's going on, work with you to understand why you feel like this and teach you how you can become your best self.
We often neglect our minds and emotions, with the demands of modern life taking priority, therefore, therapy can give you that much needed uninterrupted time to focus on just you.
Talking to our friends and family about our worries may be difficult due to concerns they may judge us or have strong opinion. Or talking to those around us may be too difficult as we struggle to admit uncomfortable feelings and/or thoughts. Therefore having someone separate to your family and friends can support you to find your own answers and enable you to get in touch with your thoughts and feelings.