Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate. C.G. Jung.
Psychotherapy provides a unique opportunity to talk in complete privacy about anxieties, concerns, worries, symptoms or traumas. It provides a safe and confidential space to work with the help of a therapist to unpack difficult emotions and feelings. It is a pro-active step that can be taken by you to support your mental health and wellbeing.
The experience of working with a psychotherapist can assist with a wide range of difficulties and provide a sense of relief and a renewed sense of hope.
While some people begin psychotherapy to seek help with particular problems, others might use the space to explore their lives more fully in the hope of achieving greater peace of mind, enhancing their capacity for creativity and joy and improving their capacity to be in relationships both at home and in work.
It is possible to have an initial consultation to talk about your needs and wishes and to decide on what kind of psychotherapy might suit you best.
Individual psychotherapy can be short term or longer term depending on your needs and wishes and on your motivation and willingness for this kind of work.