“Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak

Whispers the o’erfraught heart and bids it break”

William Shakespeare – Macbeth

Psychotherapy is processes of helping a person explore their problems and worries in a non-judgemental and confidential setting. This involves looking at the past, early conditioning and ways of forming relationships.

Psychotherapy can help those who:

  • Have suffered bereavement and loss recently or in the past
  • Have problems in forming and sustaining relationships
  • Have lost meaning in their life
  • Have lost confidence and self-esteem
  • Suffer from anxiety and panic attacks
  • Feel depressed or suffer from clinical depression
  • Feel the lack of fulfilment of potential
  • Have suffered from persecution and loss through change of status and country
  • Have suffered the trauma of seperation or divorce and isolation
  • Suffer from eating problems
  • Suffer from diabetes, asthma or any other chronic illness that impacts on life and relationships
  • Have suffered the trauma of a diagnosis of a major illness or cancer or a terminal illness
  • Have experienced work related stress, bullying, redundancy or retirement
  • Are recovering from addictions