Reasons for Therapy
I offer face to face, telephone and online video link counselling.
Below are the most common reasons people have entered into therapy with myself:-
- Depression– whether the depression is a recent event or something you feel you have carried with you from a past event;
- Anxiety– this is a wide and varied term as it covers social, specific or generalised anxiety it also would include panic attacks and phobias;
- Abuse – this might include, psychological, physical, emotional or sexual abuse which could be in your past or present;
- Low self-esteem – this may appear as a negative self-opinion you may compare yourself to others, and feel you don’t measure up;
- Lack of self-confidence is not having faith in your own decisions and judgements and may leave you doubting yourself when you need to make choice about life;
- Mental health– which is a very wide subject but would include some of the reason listed here;
- Post natal Depression– which is also known as post-Partum separation and can be very distressing as it around the birth of what people would consider a very joyous time. This may leave you feeling more depressed as people can’t understand why you aren’t as happy;
- Illness – illnesses such as cancer, diabetes and other long term illnesses that may require an adjustment period;
- Anger management – anger is a powerful emotion and at times can feel out of control but with guidance you can find ways to help and control the outlet;
- Bereavement– the loss of a loved one is a very emotionally charged whether it is your child or partner or even a parent, grandparent, whomever they are, they meant a lot to you and you need time to come to terms and finding your way through.
Other areas that are covered by the above include:-
Abortion, Abuse, Affairs and betrayals, Bullying, Child related issues, Family issues, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Infertility, Miscarriage, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Panic disorder, Passive aggressive behaviour, Phobias, Pre-nuptial counselling, Pregnancy and birth, Relationship issues, Seasonal affective disorder, Self harm, Separation and divorce, Sexual abuse, Sexuality, Stress, Suicidal thoughts, Trauma, Work related stress