Psychotherapy lets you talk through your struggles and find a way to move forward in an environment which is supportive, warm, confidential and without judgement.
The desire to find someone to talk to may come from a range of emotions and situations. Sometimes we know exactly what we want to change, while other times we just know that something is wrong without really being able to put a finger on it. Sometimes, we think we know what’s bothering us but the underlying reasons may turn out to be something completely unexpected.
Psychotherapy can help you deal with emotions caused by a specific event, such as loss or bereavement, as well as finding a way to manage and move past issues such as depression, trauma, abuse and addiction.
We pride ourselves on welcoming you with care and attention when you need it the most, and guiding you on to the path of a calmer, happier and more rewarding life.
Regardless of your reasons for coming to us, we are here to teach you to cope with difficult feelings and change destructive behaviour patterns. Through conversations where you are welcome to say as much or as little as you feel comfortable with, our goal is to help you understand and overcome the struggles you are facing in life.
For most people, taking part in psychotherapy means that you visit us for about an hour, roughly once a week, to talk through your past and present experiences and help you take control of your life. This may continue for anything from a few months to a few years, depending on what you feel is right for you.
If you are unsure whether psychotherapy is for you, you are welcome to call us 01425 277199 or email email@example.com for an informal conversation about your needs and goals. Just remember that you don’t need to suffer in silence.
Types of psychotherapy
If you have something personal you would like to understand and overcome, you can speak to us one-to-one. This could be something you are struggling with internally, or a situation or a relationship which you would like guidance on.
Loving someone isn’t always without it’s hurdles. Sometimes you may need a third party to talk to about anything from arguments and guilt, to addiction, loss of intimacy and incompatible sexual behaviours in order to understand each other and continue a long, happy life together.
Available for both couples and individuals, Psychosexual Therapy helps you move past any sexual difficulties, whether they are caused by illness, trauma, medication, lack of confidence or something else.
Psychotherapeutic Body Massage
Sometimes it is hard to link our mind with our body and our body with our mind. So it’s not difficult to see that when someone has anxiety, depression, or trauma; that if they continue to hold their body in a way that keeps the pain trapped, unreleased, and unhealed, they will continue to carry the damage and be unable to move through the issue.
These sessions invite clients to deal with the causes of pain, not just the symptoms. As a result, there is a basis for lasting change. Respectful and beneficial bodywork can help to move the trapped unreleased, unhealed pain that can often get stuck to complement the journey.
With bodywork and trauma, psychotherapeutic body massage will find the appropriate touch for each individual client. Asking for constant feedback, clients can assume ownership of their body within this safe environment and determine their boundaries. What pressure to use and when to touch, and when to stop and do absolutely nothing.