Psychotherapist

My role as a psychotherapist is:

To provide you with a safe environment in which you can explore your life experience and the issues which trouble you.

To help and guide you with your exploration.

To be an attentive and empathic listener.

Psychotherapy is a personal, confidential, therapeutic relationship between client and therapist. At the heart of psychotherapy is the relationship between you and me – a professional, therapeutic relationship.

During regular individual 50-minute sessions, we work together on whatever issues which you choose to explore.

Psychotherapy and Counselling

A man woke up one morning, leant out of his bedroom window, and shouted at the top of his voice,
“I can’t stand it any more. It can’t go on.”

Maybe this is how you feel, you can’t stand it any more, something needs to change. If so, it may be time to talk to me about it. I shall gently help you work through whatever this painful or uncomfortable issue is which you are facing in your life:

You may face a specific problem, such as a relationship or work difficulty.

You may experience difficult feelings: anxiety, depression, sadness, grief, fear, anger, loss of meaning, or something else.

You may feel your life could be so much more, more joy, love, fulfilment, the realisation of whom you truly are.

How Long Does it Take?
Sometimes only a few counselling sessions are needed to gain a new perspective on a specific issue. Often, however, longer term psychotherapy helps deal with deep-seated personal issues and habitual patterns, which may need this comparatively long-term commitment to uncover their source and meaning.

Berkshire, South Buckinghamshire, South Oxfordshire

If you live in the Berkshire, South Buckinghamshire, and South Oxfordshire area, your next step is to email me via my Contact Me page or telephone me to arrange an initial appointment.