Psychotherapy is a longer term journey of discovery where we work together to understand aspects of your present experience. This process may include looking at how earlier experiences impact on your daily life and future. Together we may refer to personal story, experiences in family, relationship history, imagination, illness as well as sexuality, spirituality, ethnicity and culture aspects of your life.
Psychotherapy supports a process of change. You may come to the session to understand patterns of discomfort, dissatisfaction or suffering in your life. We work to explore meaning from this to hopefully allow you to be more able to make conscious choices that lead to a different experience of yourself and the world.
You can develop a greater capacity to be in charge of your life. Key outcomes can be to be empowered and self-directing, and experience increasing joy, meaning, peace of mind and heart, purposefulness, insight and self-knowledge. The process of psychotherapy addresses symptom reduction in your life. In addition, it goes further and attempts to address the causes of longstanding patterns, supporting improved functioning.
What issues does the psychotherapist deal with?
Many people come to a psychotherapist because they are experiencing discomfort, dissatisfaction or suffering in their lives. Some come seeking further development.
We specialise in:
- Interpersonal struggle
- Stress management
- Resilience and coping strategies
- Ruminating negative thinking
- Communication difficulties
- Challenging Behaviours
- High highs and low lows
- Workplace anxiety
- Coping with change
- Motivation and self-esteem
- Mental health issues
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