Considering Therapy?

When life becomes overwhelming it is alright to reach out for support. Seeking professional help is not always easy, it takes courage. Pursuing counselling can be the first step towards making those changes in your life that you need and want. If you are looking for a non-judgmental space that is confidential, in which to explore your feelings and thoughts, counselling and psychotherapy could assist you on your journey towards change.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy gives you time to reflect on the feelings you have about yourself and yourself in relation to others. Emphasis is placed on how unconscious past experiences affect present ways of feeling, thinking and being.

Therapy aims to assist recognition between unconscious feelings from your past and your present way of being. When you understand the link between the two, you may find yourself making decisions based on what you want or need now, rather than being driven by unresolved unconscious past experiences.

Psychodynamic therapy involves regular, 50-minute sessions on weekly basis, or more often if needed. The length of time can range for 6 sessions to open ended therapy, depending on what issues you would like to work through.

Psychotherapy via Zoom

Whilst seeing a therapist in person is recommended, it is not always feasible, that is why we offer Zoom therapy.

If you can not attend regular sessions in person due to business commitments, mobility problems, living in a remote location or would simply prefer to undergo therapy within your own environment, Zoom therapy could work for you.

If you would like to discuss this method of therapy further or book a consultation please make contact via email or phone.

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EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing. It is a contemporary therapy that supports recovery from problems triggered by traumatic events. EMDR supports the brain in reprocessing difficult memories around distress or trauma. EMDR is most associated with results with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) However it can also be used in the wider context of mental health, including phobias.


Concessions available (student / unemployed)