“ Our approach to therapy is Integrative, it allows us to draw from a range of approaches to locate the root cause of your problems and identify your particular way(s) of thinking.”
I work with individuals, couples, and organisations long-term or (time-limited) for an agreed shorter period of time; I provide clear methods and strategies with the aim of empowering clients to improve their live and to live it more fulfilled.
My theoretical approach is Integrative which means I can use a combination of approaches to meet the needs and goals of each client. These include...
Helps clients to examine not just what they are experiencing consciously; it also taps into their unconscious mind, to create a much clearer picture of why they may be struggling.
Explores the individual's current resources and future hopes and works toward empowering them to make their own changes; it is a goal-directed approach to solving some of life’s problems.
Helps clients to find meaning and purpose in life. It supports free will, self-determination and the search for meaning. Often centering on how individuals use their ability to make rational choices to develop to their maximum potential.
Deals with your current problems, rather than focusing on issues from your past. It looks for practical ways to improve your state of mind on a daily basis using homework in-between sessions.
A side I believe therapy works well; whatever the modality when the client feels safe and relaxed with you, they often speak freely and are able to engage in the process of constructive change.
Our goal is to support the growth of individuals, couples and organisations, through self-discovery and understanding of the connections, between the past and how it affects current thoughts and present behaviour(s).
We provide a space that gives you the time to work through your problems safely.
Working with Mental Illness
Working with Trauma
Working with psychosis
Working with Borderline Personality Disorder
Working with people who have experienced sexual abuse
Working with Gender issues/concerns
Working with Race and Discrimination
The term ‘lifeskills’ is described as a set of basic skills learned to deal with the demands and challenges of life, especially in social or emotional situations. There is not a definitive list of life skills to be learnt as everyone will potentially have a different list of the skills they consider important and others they consider not so important for their life.
R.H - GB
“I’d reached a point of crisis. The strategies for dealing with issues that I had employed throughout my life became burdensome and often led to complicated consequences..."
C.G - EUR
L.R - UB5
“Having previously been a fierce critic of counselling and seeing myself as ‘very emotionally literate’ I was taken by the calm and peace I was sensing in myself...”
J.G - UB6
Take the time to have a free 15 minute phone consultation with an experienced therapist, it will give you a better understanding of yourself and the concerns that may have left you feeling anxious or unable to cope.
Weds: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sat/Sun & Bank Holidays: Closed