Psychotherapy and counselling can help you with such difficulties as: relationship problems, life transitions, depression, anxiety, poor self-esteem, feelings of powerlessness, and anger. Many who undergo psychological therapy report improvements in the quality of their relationships, increased confidence and a… Read More »Individual Therapy
Relationship problems can be complex and sometimes very destructive and limiting, with roots that may be traced to childhood difficulties. Couples therapy seeks to understand the underlying issues and conflicts, resolve difficulties and find an agreed way forward. Outcomes can… Read More »Couples Therapy
Integrative psychotherapy aims to bring different therapeutic models, methods and philosophies together in a principled way. My approach integrates elements of contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy with a Humanistic emphasis on a direct and real relationship. I also incorporate into my practice… Read More »Integrative Psychotherapy
There are probably more similarities between counselling and psychotherapy than there are differences. One could say that counselling tends to focus on specific and current life issues and is more often short-term, and that psychotherapy is inclined toward an open-ended… Read More »The difference between psychotherapy and counselling?
Introduction I think it’s fair to say that couples therapy in the UK (or at least in England and Wales, for I can’t profess any real knowledge of provision in Scotland and Northern Ireland) is, at the time of writing,… Read More »Couples Therapy provision in the UK – a guide for the bewildered
A Brief Guide to Therapist Registration in the UK In this post, as brief a word as I can manage on the registration and accreditation of counselling and psychotherapy practitioners in the UK. Be warned, this is a territory crowded… Read More »Accreditations, Associations, Acronymns Galore…