About Counselling

  •  Is there a need for psychotherapy?
Yes, if you:

feel fed up of problematic or addictive patterns that you don't understand

live with meaninglessness

want a better understanding of your feelings, thoughts and behaviours

find yourself wanting yet running from relationships

want to talk about aspects of your sexuality

want to explore the natural struggles in straddling political, social and sexual cultures.
 
  • How can psychotherapy help?
Ultimately, psychotherapy and counselling are deep conversations for the purposes of understanding your life. Often people struggle through life, without a sense of a purpose or meaning in life and can benefit from professional support and achieve greater self-understanding.

Like all well-trained therapists, I have personally experienced deep positive changes through psychotherapy and that makes me more committed to my work with you.
 
  • How could life be?
Life ought to be about respecting yourself, enjoying relationships and drawing satisfaction from love and work and the world. 

Greater understanding of self and the world can help stop a repeat of unhelpful patterns and create the changes you need. Over time as your self-understanding develops, life might feel more manageable and you may become more accepting of areas where control is not possible.

The experience of being heard within a confidential and professional psychotherapy relationship can be transformative. Through our work, you might better understand your relationships, problematic patterns and addictions in your life. That is why the relationship with your therapist is the most important element of the work.