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Life can be overwhelming, and this can impact on people’s health and mental wellbeing. People often wear ‘masks’ when talking to friends, family or work colleagues, but during a counselling session, we encourage clients to remove their masks, and speak openly and honestly about their problems.

Gradually, they begin to understand what causes the issues and start to connect the dots. While working with individuals you can then see what theory best fits each client to get to the maximum effect out of there session.

I have a huge amount of experience working with individuals going through difficulties such a trauma, bereavement, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, abuse, grief, anger, eating disorders, and relationship breakdown.

After an initial session, I can decide on the most effective techniques required to help you. This can include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), psychotherapy, or humanistic therapy, for example.

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Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

What is CBT?

CBT is a short-term technique that can be delivered in around 6 to 12 sessions. CBT teaches you how to manage your behaviours more effectively and can work well on several conditions, such as OCD and anxiety.

How can CBT help?

CBT will give you tools and skills to help manage your behaviours and learn to manage your anxieties.


What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is an intense, much deeper, and longer technique. It can investigate your childhood, and it explores why we do what we do. Perhaps you have trauma from previous experiences, or low self-esteem. Psychotherapy will unpick such issues and help you to understand your thoughts and your behaviours. Sometimes it can take up to two years to go through psychotherapy.

How can psychotherapy help?

Psychotherapy can give you a complete understanding of your personality, your thoughts on life and death, and your behaviours. When you understand your behaviours, you can start to change them, resolve your issues, build your confidence, be happier and enjoy life more.

Humanistic therapy

What is humanistic therapy?

Humanistic therapy explores how you feel about some of the existential questions in life - why am I here in this world? what is the purpose of my existence? Who am I?

Humanistic therapy normally lasts for 6-8 sessions.

How can humanistic therapy help??

Humanistic therapy can help to make sense of your life, understand your purpose in the world, and develop your personality.