Therapy is an opportunity to examine your life, the choices you have made, and consider the changes you would like to make. 

Whether you are experiencing acute distress such as the end of a relationship, bereavement, redundancy, traumatic experience, self-harm, eating disorders, abuse, bullying or medical diagnosis – or more persistent states such as depression, obsessional thinking, persistent fantasies, identity confusion, spiritual crisis and so on, therapy is a good place to make sense of what you are experiencing, and to see how you might reduce the distress. 

Therapy is at its best when a collaboration between you and I. It involves a commitment of time, cost, and most importantly to be curious.