Finding the right therapist
Updated: Mar 27, 2019
Do any of these situations seem familiar?
- Your relationship seems flat and lacks the spark it once had. Maybe you're having communication issues or conflicts that seem insoluble.
- You are caught in a dynamic with family, friends or colleagues that leaves you feeling sad, angry or dissatisfied. You wonder if this is just who you are and whether anything can really change.
- You have that niggling feeling that something is not working for you. You feel your life could be happier and more fulfilled but you're not sure where or how to start.
- You feel forced to wear a mask. Maybe it's the demands of job, the values of society, or parental or cultural values that make you feel that you can't really be yourself and you always have to try to please others.
- You seem to end up back where you started even though you've tried to change or make things different.
- You feel flat and depressed. Life looks grey. Things that used to please you seem to have lost their appeal.
- You suffer from anxiety or panic attacks.
- You want to resolve childhood or early family issues. You know you need to do this because the same patterns keep popping up; but somehow you've just never got around to it or you feel that the whole exercise would be too painful.
- You are concerned about your child. Maybe s/he is not sleeping or eating well, having problems at school or bed-wetting
We are committed to providing a trusting, safe and secure environment in which to explore areas which may be vulnerable or emotional. We aim to create a collaborative, supportive and challenging relationship to help you grow, understand yourself better and make changes.
Our practice is informed by a holistic and balanced approach that integrates mind, body, spirit and emotion.
With a broad range of different skills and approaches, we offer a variety of ways of working with you tailored to suit your situation.