Psychotherapy and counselling can help with issues such as:

  • Depression, suicidal feelings and loss

  • Anxiety, worry, stress and panic attacks

  • Relationship difficulties and sexual problems

  • Problems with identity, self-esteem, feelings of emptiness and loneliness

  • Difficulties with professional or educational achievements, direction in life

  • Addiction, self-harm, eating disorders

  • Trauma

  • Cultural and identity issues

  • Issues related to migration

Psychotherapy and counselling provides:

  • A space to explore yourself and your problems with a qualified professional.

  • An opportunity to develop a better awareness and understanding of your underlying emotional patterns and the potentially negative choices they can result in.

  • A means to help you express your true feelings and develop your potential.

  • Support, insight and care allowing you to develop confidence and self-esteem.

The type of treatment on offer will vary according to your needs and what emerges during the initial consultation. Typically, it will belong to one of three categories:

  • Short term, focus-based counselling and psychotherapy for specific problems (6 to 12 sessions)

  • Medium-term counselling and psychotherapy (3 to 12 months)

  • Long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy (1 to 2 years, or open ended)