Counselling and Psychotherapy - Individuals and Couples Any ‘talking therapy’, is where you get the opportunity to talk about yourself, be heard and be the focus of attention for both yourself and your therapist. This is not about giving you advice, or for the therapist to ‘cure’ you, rather it is to help you work through and resolve the issues you want to address. Being listened to attentively and with respect can have a profound impact on us; at the very least it is useful to talk to someone who is not part of your own family or friendships. Drawing on your own self knowledge, helping you become aware of your way of relating to others, and identifying the beliefs and attitudes you hold towards yourself and others, allows you to see things from a different perspective, generate a wider range of options for your daily being and experience yourself differently. This can be extraordinarily liberating, contribute to overall good health, and enable you to live life more fully. The kinds of difficulties people want to address in counselling and psychotherapy include emotional states such as anxiety, depression, anger, stress, eating problems; life situations such as parenting, relationships, work issues, bereavement; struggles with your personal identity; a haunting personal history or life experiences; or it may be that things do not feel right in your life and you don’t know why. Counselling and psychotherapy can help you with all of these and many other forms of distress.



 Resident Therapists:

 Annie Robinson


 For availability, contact information and prices, please select your choice of therapist above.