- Fee assured
- Verified account
- Short Term Psychodynamic Therapy
- Video and telephone consultations
We come to therapy for all sorts of different reasons. Perhaps the most important thing to say is that there is no single, “right” reason.
I work with most issues depending on what you are looking for. Over the years I have worked with a variety of clients, from all walks of life.
Sometimes people want support because things have happened to them, life events such as a death, a divorce or a break-up. I work a lot with individuals who have experienced difficulties early on in life, particularly losses and separations. My background in the field of attachment is helpful for working with relationship issues, whether its relationships with people or with other things in life, for example, food – part of my PhD included working with individuals diagnosed with eating disorders. Some individuals have specific symptoms of stress, anxiety or depression. Others struggle with low self-esteem or a lack of confidence.
You don’t have to have a specific reason to come to therapy – you could just feel lost and lonely. Maybe you can’t pinpoint what’s wrong, things just don’t feel right and life simply isn’t going the way you expected. If you’re asking yourself, “why am I feeling the way that I’m feeling?” then exploring this in therapy can be very helpful.
Areas of interest
attachment; relationships; loneliness; confidence and self-esteem issue; childhood experiences; loss; bereavement
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Psychotherapy session - (>50)
Counselling session - (1-5)