The aim of Psychotherapy is to help you make sense of the issues you feel you're struggling with. If you have some obstacles you want to overcome or experiences you need to make sense of, and feel stuck in a rut, then we will guide you towards a healthy understanding of your past and present experiences. You will be empowered via a new understanding of positive and effective methods of coping and moving forward.
Psychotherapy can help people who want to make changes to their lives and want to understand themselves on a deeper level. People often come to therapy due to having depression or anxiety, or symptoms of stress often caused by work related issues. Some people have experienced trauma at some point in life, or bereavement. Couples often seek the support of a therapist when they experience issues within their relationship. We can help you make the changes that you want in a relaxing, calm and non-judgemental way.
Our one-to-one sessions are focused on helping clients overcome stress and stress burnout, anxiety and depression, attitudes towards food, phobias, panic attacks, relationship issues, childhood trauma, bereavement and addiction. Our strength then lies in the close integration of our care team to ensure what’s discussed in the talking suites carries positively over to the physical and medical rehabilitation programmes.