You shouldn’t be hampered by the events of the past
Nobody should have to experience the challenges many of us have faced. We go through life facing one “bump” after another but oftentimes without the support we need. If I’m honest, it grieves me to see my clients struggling but I became a psychotherapist because I wanted to help.
We help individuals who are struggling to manage life’s challenges by providing therapeutic support to be the best version of themselves.
a personalised approach for every client
How does therapy work?
Schedule your first appointment
For most people, this first step is the hardest. You're not crazy. You're not falling apart. You haven't failed. Seeking therapy is not an admission that you're weak.
Learn what to expect
We want you to know what to expect from the therapy. It's nothing to be worried about but definitely worth learning more.
Attend your first session
The initial consultation is a "finding out" pre-therapy meeting where you can tell us a little bit about your situation and what you would like to address. We'll also ask you to complete some paperwork.
Whilst face-to-face sessions are available upon request, most are currently taking place online through our video portal. You won't be required to install any software, and it's straightforward to use. Learn more about our online therapy option.
WHAT one client experienced
Client success story
"Making the decision to go to counselling was one of the most difficult, but it was one of the best!"
helping you to be the best version of yourself
Frequently asked questions
How do I know when it is time to get support?
Perhaps you have been thinking about having counselling for a while. Some days you feel really low and feel like you need to speak to someone. Then the next day you feel OK, and the thought of ringing a counsellor goes away. But the issues that made you feel low are still there and you inevitably feel worse again in a few days.
Ask yourself, "might I benefit from trying counselling?" Many people, whatever their situation, have found counselling extremely helpful. It tends to be more useful, more effective and more successful if you have chosen to come because it feels like the right thing for you, rather than someone else telling you to go because you "need" counselling.
How long does therapy last?
Most therapy appointments last between 45 minutes and 1 hour, depending on whether you're an adult or a minor. They usually take place every week or other week. Depending on the challenge you face, the number of sessions can vary between 3 to 6 or last for several months.
What type of therapy is offered?
Various types of therapy are available to help us when we're struggling to manage life's challenges. We don't offer them all, but instead, specialise in an integrative approach. This means we'll use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Attachment Theory and Person-Centred to provide a holistic and comprehensive approach to therapy.
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