is a registered BACP counsellor. Her psychodynamic approach offers space to explore and understand a wide spectrum of difficulties.
provides a non-judgemental, supportive environment for you to explore the more challenging aspects of life.
can be successfully supported with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
are an overwhelming need to avoid any contact with the specific cause of the anxiety or fear. Coming into contact, or even the thought of coming into contact, with the cause of the phobia makes you anxious or panic.
Often, when people refer to having a nervous breakdown, they're describing severe depression. Signs and symptoms of severe depression include: Agitation or restlessness, Difficulty or inability to stop crying, Sleep problems, Dramatic appetite changes, Indecision
involves the end of egg production (ovulation), which occurs as a result of falling levels of the female sex hormone, oestrogen, which regulates menstruation. Treatments are available that can ease menopausal symptoms, which can be severe or distressing.
occurs when a person persistently feels fearful, even in situations that are non-threatening, and is thought to be caused by the fight or flight response (see 'Stress'). Anxiety disorders can be debilitating and depressing and are best treated psychotherapeutically.
is a Narrative Therapist and Counsellor, registered with the BACP. He works with adults in a collaborative way focusing on personal strengths, values and abilities to find solutions and identify personal preferences to overcome problems and help get life back on track.
is registered BACP counsellor who uses a mix and match style (also known as an ''integrative approach'') She offers clients time to talk in a safe and confidential environment.
is a clinical psychologist, counsellor and psychotherapist, working with individuals, couples and families. She also offers supervision. (HCPC, UKRCP, BACP accred.)