Psychoanalytic psychotherapy can help you make lasting changes to your relationships and emotional well-being. It can help with sudden challenges in life such as loss, bereavement and stress as well as chronic conditions like anxiety, low self-esteem and relationship problems.
Some aspects of the mind are unconscious and come from patterns established in our early life of which we are unaware. They nevertheless exert a powerful influence on what we think, feel and do, even if it is against our best interests.
I have undertaken several years of high- level professional training and this enables me to listen carefully to what you say about your experiences, hopes, thoughts, feelings and dreams in order to help you know and understand yourself better.
Gaining this insight will enable you to think and behave in new ways and make better decisions. You are likely to feel stronger and less susceptible to relationship problems and the difficulties which life brings, as well as long-standing conditions such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and unhelpful ways of thinking.
Therapy begins with an initial consultation to enable us to decide whether psychoanalytic psychotherapy is appropriate for you. If we decide it can help you, sessions are arranged at the same tome each week to fit in with your other commitments.