A unique relationship which enables you to explore who you are as an individual. An opportunity that enables you to privilege both your cognitive and felt sense.
Who we are and how we see ourselves has in some way been shaped by relationships in our life. It feels uniquely human that periodically we might be faced with obstacles and conflict in our private and professional lives. Couples Therapy affords us the time and space to reflect on our world views and consider how they maybe seen and felt by others.
Areas that I have experience of working with.
Abuse. Anger-Management. Attachment Disorder. Bereavement. Cancer. Conflict. Depression.Discrimination. Dissociation. Family issues. Learning Difficulties. Low Self-Esteem. Physical Abuse. Sexuality. Suicidal Thoughts. ADHD. Attachment Disorder in children. Borderline Personality Disorder. Carer Support. Childhood Bullying. Depression and Anxiety in Children. Domestic Violence. Feeling Sad. Loneliness. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Relationship Problems. Separation and Divorce. Trauma. Behaviour Problems. Bullying. Child Related Issues. Children’s Learning Difficulties. Disabilities. Emotional Abuse. Self-Confidence. Aggressive Behaviour. Sexual Abuse.