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When faced with a life-changing event or crisis, or when experiencing low mood or unhappiness, it can sometimes be difficult to gain perspective on what direction life might take. Painful experiences can leave us feeling isolated, misunderstood and overwhelmed, with nowhere to turn. Therapy offers a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space to feel heard and explore any difficult feelings. By enhancing our awareness, we provide ourselves the freedom to negotiate a greater choice in our emotional responses.

My role as a therapist is to help you to make sense of difficult thoughts, feelings and emotions and to guide you towards more effective coping strategies. Working collaboratively, we will find resourceful solutions and new ways of thinking. Life can feel overwhelming sometimes and stresses will always arise - therapy can help you work on ways to navigate difficulties more effectively and to live life more fully, enabling you to develop and strengthen your unique identity, and help you to become the person you really want to be. 

Our mind sometimes buries painful memories and emotions that we cannot face or we find too traumatic to deal with: therapy has the potential help to unlock, resolve and heal these wounds. We can't change the past, what we can alter is how we react to events that affect life now, as well as the meaning and power we give to them that determine what they become in our lives.


Therapy can help you to understand your personal history, to see any patterns, negative behaviours or unhelpful ways of thinking that have emerged over time. The process of therapy can help you make links between past and present experiences to better understand and address current difficulties. Therapy is a restorative and healing process, but it can also be difficult at times and, as such, requires a fully committed approach.

About Therapy: About Me
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