WelcomePsychotherapist and Counsellor, Hammersmith & Fulham, South West London
We all feel anxious and unhappy from time to time in our lives and although talking to our friends and family can help, sometimes they are too close to our situation, know us too well and may give predictable answers.
At times like these it can be helpful to talk to someone who is professional, supportive and outside your normal circumstances. So if you are feeling worried and stressed because something specific has happened or you are feeling continually low without really knowing why and have been aware for a while that something is not quite right - do reach out for help. You don't need to bear this all on your own - it's also worth considering the undertaking of therapy as an investment in yourself towards strengthening your growth and development as a person.
I offer a reliable and confidential space where you will have the opportunity to hear yourself say what you really happen to think and want - and this may be for the very first time. Together we can take time to explore what is troubling you - what maybe behind your reactions - to discover new insights and help you move forward.
The areas I work with include:Depression; anxiety; bereavement and loss.
Communication difficulties within personal relationships; problems within the family; with siblings; with partners.
Loss of meaning and purpose; low self esteem; feeling stuck in repeating relationship or behaviour patterns; not coping well with change; effects of boarding school experience; unhappiness from childhood.
Work Problems - for example: the impact of relentless pressure, uncertainty and stress; bullying and harassment; conflict in working relationships; careers becoming derailed; confusion over career direction; redundancy and unemployment.
Please do get in touch if you would like to find out more and to arrange an initial appointment where we can talk about what is troubling you and see if we can work together.
What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.
T S Eliot Little Gidding