Sometimes life can be difficult, with daily challenges feeling unmanageable or past experiences feeling overwhelming. Struggling through these times can often result in negative thoughts, feelings, behaviours and physical sensations.
Meeting with a psychologist can offer you the time and space to explore difficult life experiences in a confidential and non-judgemental environment.
Furthermore, engaging in therapy provides an opportunity to develop an understanding of the processes that occur in the mind and body during and after difficult experiences, whilst also supporting you to recognise and manage how this is affecting you.
I offer therapeutic support to people who are experiencing a variety of difficulties, including;
- Low Mood
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Relationship Difficulties
- Low self-esteem
- Loss and Bereavement.
The first appointment is referred to as the ‘Assessment’ appointment and can be arranged by telephone, email or by using the contact form on this website.
Please see the Assessment and Therapy page for further information.
Children & Young People
My work with children and young people ranges from meeting with staff members, to groups of children or individual pupils. The focus is to support the social and emotional development of children and to adopt a holistic approach to enhancing the wellbeing of the setting as a whole.
Please see the Children & Young People page and the Parents page for further information.
I offer one-off consultations as well as on-going packages of support to organisations. Whether the focus is to look at relationships within a team, performance management from a psychological perspective or to provide support in understanding specific aspects of mental health, I tailor my input to the needs of your team.
Please see the Workplace Wellbeing page for further information.
I focus on helping people to regain control over their lives following a traumatic experience. I support people through approaches that understand the psychological process occurring both during and after a traumatic experience.
Please see the Trauma Service page for further information.