Life is challenging and we live in uncertain times, but there’s always the potential for joy, growth, and healing, however big or small. Regardless of who we are, our environment and life events can affect our capacity to cope. We might feel lost, anxious or depressed. We might feel like we make the same mistakes over and over. Change, loss or pain can be so overwhelming that we feel trapped and stuck.

Maybe you have received a late diagnosis of autism, dyspraxia or ADHD and want to explore what this means for you? Or therapy might be about finding a space to explore your way of being without feeling judged.

If you find yourself at a crossroads, and you are not sure which way to turn, therapy could be a way through. 

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.”

– Carl Rogers

How can therapy help?

Therapy can provide a shining light; compassionate exploration in a neutral space can lead to greater understanding and a sense of meaning. Over time, we might see how our actions and thoughts could be rooted in strategies that once served to protect us, but now might not be so helpful. Insights like this can promote our self-worth, quiet the inner critic and help us move forward with a sense of freedom and direction that feels right. 

Therapy may help you come to terms with the past, making way for the inner resourcefulness needed to gain trust and confidence in yourself and your future. As a therapist, I see myself as a companion on your journey, and I hope to create a space where you feel less alone in whatever you are facing.