Every person is different, and we relate to each person as an individual.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy can help with:
anxiety, bullying and harassment, career or work pressures, depression, difficulties forming and maintaining relationships, divorce, domestic abuse, eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia, experiences of racism and discrimination, family issues, fears about the body, feelings of anger, feelings of emptiness, gender issues, issues around addiction, loss and bereavement, loss of meaning, physical and terminal illness, post traumatic stress, questions around identity, relationship breakdown, religious and faith issues, self-harm, sexual abuse, sexuality, social anxiety and isolation, stress, suicidal feelings.
Whatever is troubling you, our therapists consider the whole person and not the symptom. We focus attention on understanding the ways in which your past and present intersect and how old patterns may be preventing you from moving forward. By working this through in therapy troubling difficulties and unresolved conflicts can be addressed facilitating deeper change and integration.