Explore | Learn | Grow
Are you struggling in some way and looking for support? Does life feel like a labyrinth, a maze in which you’re lost? Do you find yourself in the same place time and again, as if you’re going round in circles? Are you aware of patterns of behaviour and relating that no longer serve you well, yet you’re not sure how to do things differently? Or maybe you’re experiencing a crisis or a time of change and transition, and would like to find ways to manage this.
How can therapy help you?
Counselling and psychotherapy – therapy for short – offers us an opportunity to bring and share our deepest selves, to practise new ways of responding to ourselves and others, and to find more satisfying ways of living our lives. In both short- and longer-term work we can identify and work with patterns and identities we embody, and how these play out in our relationships with ourselves and others. For me, a key benefit and goal of therapy is learning the art of self-management and self-regulation, through exploring and experimenting with how we use ourselves and how we form both familiar and new attitudes and behaviour.
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
Ralph Waldo Emerson