Chances are you are here because you may need some extra support at the moment, and you are trying to suss out who you might work with, and what is going to work for you.
Please have a read through the info here to get a better idea of how we might work together – or you can just contact me and we can arrange a time to have a quick chat.
You might not be able to put your finger on why (and that’s alright), but if you notice yourself feeling symptoms of anxiety, panic, and depression that are causing distress then it can be helpful to get a handle on that.
In therapy we can find ways to lessen the severity of the feelings, while also exploring some of the reasons why you might be feeling this way right now.
If you’ve experienced overwhelming incidents in your past, you will know they can have an ongoing detrimental effect long after any threat is gone.
Working with trauma in therapy is about finding ways for you to feel safe and stabilised, it can also give you the opportunity to explore and integrate those difficult experiences so you can let go of feeling stuck.
Feelings of bereavement and grief can stem from the death of someone close to you, or the end of an important relationship, or the loss of an opportunity in life.
When we work with loss in therapy, it is about seeing the impact that loss has had on you, finding ways of coping that work for you, and finding a sense of connection and meaning that you can move forward with.
Self-criticism serves a useful function – but the voice of our inner critic can become so loud that it stops us from living the life we want to.
Experiencing ‘imposter syndrome’, or feeling as if you’re trapped in an internal war all day can be draining.
Teasing out this inner conflict in therapy can help give you a more solid foundation and a renewed sense of purpose.
If you’re dealing with health issues at the moment, you are probably finding that many of the rules and expectations you have in life no longer apply.
While this can be liberating, it can also be really tough and scary territory to navigate alone, and learning how to better attune to your new set of needs can make this transition in life smoother.
This means that we acknowledge the enduring impact that trauma can have, and
in our work together we will collaborate in a manner that is transparent, and that
feels safe and stable for you.
If you think this sounds like it might be right for you then please get in touch by phone, Whatsapp, or email. If you can give me an indication of when you might be free (mornings, afternoons, evenings, which days etc.) that will be extra helpful.
Ideally, we can arrange to have a short chat by phone before the first session.
More information on fees, location, etc. is available in the FAQ section.