Psychotherapy and Supervision in Mayfair, London
As a fully registered psychotherapist, I see clients in Mayfair, London W1.
I warmly invite you to get in touch.
Finding a therapist can be a daunting task and sometimes it's hard to know if therapy is what you are looking for.
Does any of the following sound familiar?
I struggle with overwhelming moods or emotions such as depression, jealousy, anger, shame, guilt, low self-esteem or anxiety. These moods are affecting my social life, my work life and my relationships.
I am struggling with imposter syndrome.
My addictive or compulsive behaviours feel out of control and are affecting my relationships and how I am living.
I am feeling stuck as if life is passing me by.
I feel unable to make a decision.
I feel I am in a difficult phase or supporting someone else going through a challenging period.
I feel stuck or unhappy in a relationship or in a work situation.
I want to understand why I am struggling to make new relationships and connections.
I feel I am struggling with a long-standing issue such as childhood abuse or trauma that is still impacting my life today.
I have a general feeling of dissatisfaction with life. I am curious to discover new or underdeveloped facets of my personality and I want to discover how I can get more out of life.
Psychotherapy can bring relief from the pain depression, anxiety, trauma, low self-esteem, loneliness and shame.
Psychotherapy can help shed light on addictive behaviours and look to different and more healthier ways of living.
Psychotherapy can empower you to feel less stuck and give you more confidence and clarity.
Psychotherapy can help understand and heal from traumatic events, either recent or in childhood.
I am always respectful of the autonomy and inner resources of each individual. I believe that therapy can be an empowering experience.
I will foster a compassionate, creative and confidential space for healing and exploration.
I trust that you will discover and strengthen your own inner resources and discover a way of experiencing your emotions and living your life in such a way that isn't overwhelming or confusing.
For me, therapy isn't about receiving advice or ready-made 'solutions' to life's difficulties. Rather, it is a collaborative process of discovery which can be creative, healing and challenging.