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Our experienced therapist has expertise in various areas to suit your requirements. We pride ourselves in being able to offer a wide range of skills to support you through past and current traumas and equip you with the coping mechanisms to live the life you dream of.


  • Anger Management

  • Anxiety

  • Assertive training

  • Bereavement

  • Bullying

  • Career 

  • Depression- Mild/ Moderate/ Severe

  • Domestic Violence

  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse

  • Family Issues- Sibling rivalry/ Arguments/Clashing with Parents

  • Feeling Lost/ Isolated

  • Hoarding

  • Low Self Confidence

  • Low Self Esteem

  • Narcissistic Abuse

  • Passive Aggressive Behaviour

  • Relationship Problems- Adultery/ Friendships

  • Separation/ Divorce

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Stress

  • Work-related Issues

  • Unemployment


Anger Management

Feeling angry is a natural response to certain life experiences. It’s a basic emotion; occurring at times when we come under attack, feel deceived, insulted or frustrated. Anger management therapy aims to reduce the feelings anger creates by allowing individuals to explore possible causes, triggers and confront any underlying issues.




Anxiety is used to describe feelings of worry, fear and unease. Typically, it incorporates both the emotional and physical sensations we experience when worried or nervous. Anxiety is related to the ‘fight or flight’ response and, while unpleasant, this is a normal reaction when our body perceives a threat.


Assertive Training

Assertiveness training can be an effective treatment for certain conditions, such as depression, social anxiety, and problems resulting from unexpressed anger. Assertiveness training can also be useful for those who wish to improve their interpersonal skills and sense of self-respect.



Bereavement is the time we spend adjusting to the loss. There is no right or wrong way to feel during the bereavement period - everyone copes in their own way.




Bullying can be defined as repeated and unwanted behaviour with intent to hurt another person, physically or emotionally. It can take many forms, including verbal threats, physical assault, calling names, gossiping and cyber-bullying.




For many, the main goal in life is to pursue a career that is meaningful and fulfilling. It can be highly rewarding to be in a role that you are passionate about and that reflects you as a person - where you can apply your skills and talents while growing at the same time. 



Unlike the occasional bout of feeling sad, depression affects your daily life, making it hard for you to find enjoyment in day-to-day activities. Some days you may find it impossible to get out of bed, while other days you may feel more able to go about your normal daily tasks.


Domestic Violence

Domestic violence (also known as domestic abuse) can involve physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse. Usually, it happens with someone you are close to, either within a couple relationship or family setting. This type of abuse can affect anyone, regardless of ages, gender or social background.


Drug & Alcohol Abuse

Drug & Alcohol Abuse refers to a difficulty in controlling certain repetitive behaviours to the extent that they have harmful consequences. They are the result of powerful compulsions to use and do certain things excessively, often out of a need to escape from upsetting emotions or situations. These compulsions can trigger a self-perpetuating process, which can cause pain and suffering not only for those with the problem but for their loved ones too.


Family Issues

Our families go through lots of changes throughout our lives and, because of this, it’s normal to have problems with your family life from time to time. But, it can be comforting to know that, whatever issues your family is facing, there is help and support available. Counselling can help you overcome difficult times together as a family.


Feeling Lost/ Isolated

When isolated the individual may experience loneliness or low self-esteem. Over time, a person may develop social anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns. Working with the right therapist can help individuals build social skills and connect with others. Therapy can also help people recover from the effects of isolation. Feeling Lost is when a person does not know where they fit in and feel like they have no direction. It can also make the person feel numb and confused.




A hoarding disorder is where someone acquires an excessive number of items and stores them in a chaotic manner, usually resulting in unmanageable amounts of clutter. The items can be of little or no monetary value.


Low Self-confidence

Self-confidence is about trusting your own judgement and feeling comfortable with your abilities and powers: it’s the means to realise your full potential and be the person you want to be


Low Self-esteem

When our self-esteem is low, we tend to see ourselves and our life in a more negative and critical light. We also feel less able to take on the challenges that life throws at us.


Narcissistic Abuse

A person victimised by narcissistic abuse often presents oblivious and disconnected from their own emotional pain and mental anguish. They tend to be obsessed with her own failures, inadequacy, desperately seeking answers on how to solve the specific problems and flaws the narcissist has identified as causes for their misery. They are usually made to feel they are not doing anything right, walking on eggshells, feelings of not good enough, exhausted, question their sanity and can never meet the expectations of the Narcissist. The Victims mind is often spinning, preoccupied with trying to sort the confusion caused by the effects of the use of tactics such as gaslighting with intent to distort the victim's reality and impose their own. The victim wants to seek an explanation for why the narcissist is so miserable,  treats them the way they do, so insecure,  cannot communicate,  are completely misunderstood, and so on. The thinking patterns of a victim of narcissistic abuse are often filled with self-blame and self-condemnation. and confusion.


Passive-aggressive Behaviour

Passive-aggressive behaviours are those that involve acting indirectly aggressive rather than directly aggressive. Passive-aggressive people regularly exhibit resistance to requests or demands from family and other individuals often by procrastinating, expressing sullenness, or acting stubborn.


Relationship Issues

Arguments and disagreements occur within all close relationships and are a normal part of dealing with differences in ideas, beliefs, and perspectives.  Relationship conflict and stress is very difficult to cope with on your own and can be very painful. There is no one, single cause for relationship problems, but a number of factors can play a part.


Separation and Divorce

A legal separation is very similar to a divorce. It allows you to live apart whilst remaining married. Many couples chose to do this informally without going to the trouble of recording their separation with the court and paying court and legal fees.


Sexual Abuse


Sexual abuse, also referred to as molestation, is abusive sexual behaviour by one person upon another. It is often perpetrated using force or by taking advantage of another. When force is immediate, of short duration, or infrequent, it is called sexual assault. The offender is referred to as a sexual abuser or (often pejoratively) molester. The term also covers any behaviour by an adult or older adolescent towards a child to stimulate any of the involved sexually. The use of a child, or other individuals younger than the age of consent, for sexual stimulation is referred to as child sexual abuse or statutory rape.




Stress is often described as feeling overloaded, wound-up, tense and worried, and occurs when we face a situation we feel we can’t cope with. While stress is usually referred to as a negative experience, not all stress is bad. Some stress can be helpful, motivating us to get a task finished, or spurring us to perform well. However, if stress is ongoing or the stress response continues over a long period, the effects of stress can impact negatively on our physical and mental health.


Work-related stress


Work-related stress is the response people may have when presented with work demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities and which challenge their ability to cope.



Unemployment is where individuals who are employable and looking for a job but are unable to find a job. In some cases, there are obstacles which prevent the individual from finding a job or the right job for them. Therapy can assist in enhancing, empowering, supporting and rebuilding you along with reviewing your skills or even looking at patterns that occur where some individuals have been sacked from a job after job or find it hard to stay in work.

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