Therapy can help with a range of difficult things; relationship problems, family difficulties, depression and anxiety, work-stress, past and recent trauma and addiction.
Most people will contact a therapist when they are experiencing something like this or a situation that feels overwhelming or unmanageable.
Individuals may often want answers or to resolve a specific issue.
When people come to therapy looking for help with a specific problem or difficulty they may achieve more than this. For example, they may also gain a better understanding of themselves. They may begin to identify patterns in relationships and ways of being that previously went unnoticed. They may begin to percieve and understand feelings which were previously ignored or.seemed perplexing.
Therapy should be constructive and self-empowering. In my work with clients I aim to ensure their individual experience and needs underpins and directs the therapy.