Counselling and psychotherapy can be hard work and requires commitment. That commitment to the process and relationship with the therapist allows us to explore what’s going on inside, to enable us to understand and to make desired changes our external world. It can help to manage what can seem unmanageable and enables us to reach our full potential.

Sometimes the same old problems keep coming back or won’t go away. At other times we may feel stuck or held back from achieving our hopes or dreams. Perhaps you have been depressed and or anxious for some time or have other longer-term mental health issues. These would all be reasons to see me for psychotherapy.


Psychotherapy is an opportunity to help you understand what makes you tick. It can involve an exploration of your past and the relationships and experiences that have formed you. This sometimes helps you to understand how we are part of the issues that affect us in the present. If we can understand these dynamics, we can begin to make changes in the way we behave so that things can be different in the future.


This process tends to take from a few months up to a couple of years of weekly work. It is particularly helpful for addressing:

  • Depression & Anxiety problems

  • Overthinking

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Complicated grief issues

  • Childhood abuse

  • Relationship and family problems

  • Long term mental health issues

  • Sexuality issues


For more information or to discuss what might be best for you, feel free to get in touch.