Based on my training and professional experience as a psychotherapist, these are some of the issues I offer support for:
Therapy for anxiety
unlock the root cause of anxiety
Through psychotherapy, gain insight into yourself and better understand what may be at the root of your issues and how to combat them.
In therapy, you're not alone
Your therapist will help you explore your anxieties and worries in a safe, supportive environment, giving you the opportunity to work through them without fear or judgement.
take control of your life
Gain the confidence you need to take back control of your emotions and stop worry from ruling your life. You’re in charge here, not your emotions!
Discover a greater sense of wellbeing and inner strength, that you can carry with you in everyday life, regardless of the situations and challenges you may face. Living a fulfilled life may seem like a pipe dream, but it is within your reach.
Get help with depression
Many people are unsure of how to deal with emotions and suppress anything that is uncomfortable to confront. Therapy can help you discover the causes of depression and teach you how to actually process difficult emotions.
regain control of your emotions and life
Learn how to take control over your emotions and be less susceptible to cycles of depression and other negative feelings.
build strong pillars with the help of therapy
Develop a strong emotional foundation that enables you to weather life’s storms without becoming overwhelmed.
increase self-awareness with therapy
Get a better understanding of yourself and your emotions so that you can more easily cope with differences between yourself and others.
deepen your understanding
Your psychotherapist can help you understand how your emotions, actions, and reactions influence the relationships in your life.
Improve communication for
Some of us feel silenced, unable to communicate and get our point across. This can lead to often crippling low self-confidence. A therapist can help you improve your communication skills so you can be heard, express yourself openly, and engage in meaningful conversations with those that matter.
embrace conflict constructively
Unlearn self-sabotaging behaviour and know your boundaries. Many of us find it difficult to maintain calm when faced with conflict – improved communication achieved through therapy can help you better navigate these situations, reducing your own stress and subsequently avoiding escalations, leading to a solid foundation for any relationship.