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Sometimes in life we experience difficulties that knock down our sense of who we are and affect how we deal with ourselves and the world.

Psychotherapy is a journey with yourself in which you have an opportunity to heal from old wounds, to explore changes and to really develop a felt sense of safety in intimacy. 

You can explore your feelings, and how you relate to the world. you can change old dynamics and challenge unhelpful believes about yourself that might make you feel stuck in life. 


Psychotherapy can help us to be creative and to get in touch with our spontaneity.


Some of the common issues that can be explored in psychotherapy are: 

  • trauma symptoms (including anxiety, flashbacks, nightmares)

  • Postnatal difficulties (PND, struggling to bond with baby, loss of identity, marking the transition into the new role of a parent)

  • Relationship difficulties

  • dealing with depression and anxiety

  • exploring feelings of being stuck, worthless, or without a direction

  • working through anger, grief, difficulties with others in our life, issues with food, sexuality and body image.

  • exploring unhelpful and repetitive behaviours such as finding ourselves always in the wrong relationships.

  • Finding creative ways to deal with Addiction (to substance, sex, gambling, etc)

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