Common Issues

Common Issues

Psychotherapy is a process of helping a person explore their problems and worries in a non-judgmental and confidential setting.

This involves looking at the past, early conditioning and ways of forming relationships.

I have over 20 years experience as a Psychotherapist  and have worked extensively with the following:

Abuse

Acute or Chronic illness

Adoption

Affairs and Betrayals

Anger Management

Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Attachment issues

Addiction and recovery from addiction

Bereavement and loss recently or in the past

Bullying

Career

Carer support

Child Related issues

Childhood and adult trauma

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Conflict at work or in relationships

Depression, low mood, or major depressive disorder

Discrimination

Disocciation

Domestic Violence

Eating disorders

Emotional Abuse

Family Issues

Feeling Sad

Forming and sustaining relationships and relationship difficulties

Infertility

Lack of fulfillment of potential

Life Transitions and Change

Loneliness

Low Self Confidence

Low Self Esteem

Making and maintaining long term relationships

Meaninglessness and loss of purpose

Miscarriage

Passive Aggressive Behaviour

Personality Disorders

Post Natal Depression and becoming a Parent

Prolonged Illness

PTSD

Redundancy

Seasonal Affective Disorders

Self Harm

Separation or divorce and isolation

Sexual Abuse

Sexuality

Sleep Problems

Stress

Suicidal Thoughts

Trauma

Work Related Stress