Why consider psychotherapy?
At some point in our lives all of us are faced with a problem that seems to stay with us. It might be something tangible – like a relationship that isn’t working, an unresolved situation at home or at work, a life event, or a trauma that continues to cause distress. Or it could be something more intangible – a feeling that something just isn’t right, or even a wish to make more sense of your life.
Trying to deal with this on your own can be lonely. At the heart of therapy is a collaboration between two people whose work is to make sense of what is troubling you. Together we consider the connections between your present and past experiences – not like an archaeological dig, but as an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of yourself which can inform the way you relate to those around you.
My clinical experience
I am a very experienced psychoanalytical psychotherapist who has provided therapy to people from all walks of life, through my private practice and within the NHS, for over 11 years.
As a psychotherapist, I have worked with adults across the age range and have helped people with a wide range of psychological difficulty, from the mild to the more complex end of the spectrum. I am committed to providing psychotherapy in a safe and confidential environment and am bound by the code of ethics of the Forum for Independent Psychotherapists.
Private Medical Insurance Registers for Psychotherapy
I am a registered provider for a number of private medical insurance companies including; PruHealth, WPA and BUPA