Psychotherapy aims to help you deal with difficulties or distress through talking, as an alternative or to complement drug therapy.

Psychotherapy enables you to find more appropriate ways of dealing with situations you find have a negative impact on your emotional and psychological wellbeing. It helps you understand what makes you feel positive or anxious, also what motivates you and it allows you to recognise your strengths and weaknesses. If you can identify your feelings and ways of thinking you become better at coping with difficult situations. 

You explore your feelings, beliefs, thoughts and experiences (childhood or other personal life-impacting events) in a structured way with someone trained who you trust and who will help you do it safely.

Sessions can be provided for adults, adolescents and children on a one-to-one basis, or for couples, families and within groups where members share similar problems.

Every session is different because every client is different each with their own individual requirements. Your psychotherapist will encourage you to talk about and explore your feelings and experiences, in a structured way, tailored to meet your needs.