Why Have Therapy
Often, we are uncertain about why we are feeling the way we are feeling.
Although therapy doesn’t promise to give us certainty, or cure all our worries and concerns, what it does provide is a confidential, non-judgmental space in which we can talk about the things that may have been too difficult or uncomfortable to talk to anyone about before.
It is my belief that each of my clients has a unique story to tell. Therapy can often be a useful place to do this, as it provides the right conditions for a shared exploration to take place.
When we get the opportunity to tell our story, we can often get a much clearer sense of our own position, which can allow for something else to come into view, or another position to emerge.
If you'd like to find out more, please get in touch.
Have you recently been bereaved and left feeling lost and alone?
Do you struggle with relationships or are in a difficult relationship?
Is the menopause challenging you in ways you feel you cannot cope with?
Has there been a trauma in your life?
Is work-related stress or behaviour causing you anxiety?
Are you dealing with being made redundant?
Is your work life balance out of kilter?