Psychotherapy can seem like a daunting endeavour but put simply, it involves sitting down with another person, usually weekly and usually in the same place each week for 50 minutes per session. During the sessions you and the therapist can talk through various issues, sometimes current and sometimes past ones, in order to help gain clarity and access to other potential choices available to you.
It is through forming a potentially healing relationship between the two people that can help lead to positive changes in the life of the client and is the catalyst for working through other enduring problems.
Talking to a non-judgmental person who is not involved in the rest of your life can provide the space necessary to think through issues that may feel ‘stuck’ in your personal relationships and other areas, such as in the workplace.
It is a confidential and private service and can be tailored to meet your individual needs.
I believe that psychotherapy can help all of us with our own personal growth and inner development that in turn can lead to a more fulfilling life and healthier relationships throughout.