Individual Therapy

Even though you may have close friends or loved-ones in whom you can confide, sometimes you can feel like you are going round in circles, or you worry about over-burdening them. Consulting a qualified therapist can help you to explore new perspectives on your difficulties with someone who is trained to help you, but is not emotionally involved.

There can be many reasons for having therapy. These can include struggling with a difficult relationship break-up, learning how to better manage anxiety or stress, or navigating a life transition such as a child leaving home.

Depending on the nature of the problems that you are facing, as well as your personality style, different approaches can be used to help you manage better. There is no ‘one-size fits all’, and I am a firm believer in a personalised approach.

Opening up to a therapist can be daunting, and you may have many concerns about how the process works. Therefore, I offer a free 15 minute phone consultation to answer any questions that you may have.

I am experienced in working with a broad range of difficulties, including:

  • School-related challenges such as performance anxiety, and procrastination

  • Relationship break-down

  • Grief and loss

  • Life transitions

  • Exploring gender identity
  • Chronic mental health conditions