Why does therapy help?
Therapy harnesses the motivation you have to make change, stays close when things feel bad, and stays present on your journey of growth.
Therapy provides unique support for distress resolution and growth.
It is powerful in deepening transformational insight into your emotions, thoughts, behaviours and values. It supports you in growing into a greater ability to cope.
Through a trusting therapeutic relationship, deeper patterns in the personality can loosen over time, heal and grow into something that create greater freedom in life.
In a caring way, you are helped, guided and attended to which allows you to adjust internally. Positive changes in your lived external world can then follow, including greater calm, compassion, confidence and contentment.
Therapy is good for :
absence, abuse, acceptance, addiction, ambiguity, anxiety, assertiveness, attachment, avoidance, bullying, communication, control, custody, depression, emotional regulation, divorce, fixation, flexibility, forgiveness, growth, healthy boundaries, impulse control, individuation, initiative, integration, intimacy, intrusive thoughts, loss, maladaptive behaviour, mindfulness, mistrust, mood, openness, paranoia, parental alienation, passive aggression, patience, post traumatic stress, presence, process addiction, radical acceptance, relationships, rumination, schizophrenia, separation, sexuality, stress, study, tenacity, trauma, trust, trustworthiness, will and work
abandonment, aggression, anger, anxiety, blame, craving, deprivation, despair, disempowerment, dread, emptiness, envy, exclusion, fear, frustration, grief, guilt, hate, hopelessness, hostility, humiliation, hurt, inadequacy, inferiority, insecurity, jealousy, judgement, loneliness, neglect, offence, powerlessness, rage, rejection, sadness, self-doubt, shame, victimhood, and worry.