Psychotherapy is a partnership between you and a professional who is trained to help explore and resolve your responses to crisis, change and uncertainty in a safe, non-judgmental space that is confidential and understanding.
People often consider psychotherapy, also known as therapy, under the following circumstances
- They have strong feelings like anger or sadness that dominate their lives in spite of their efforts to push them down.
- Their emotional difficulties make it hard for them to function from day to day. For example, they are unable to concentrate on assignments and their job performance suffers as a result.
- They have floating anxiety, which interferes with their living with ease.
- Their actions are harmful to themselves or to others.
- They have a sense of being stuck and unable to move on.
Psychotherapy isn’t easy. But clients who are willing to work in close partnership with a therapist often find relief from their emotional distress and begin to lead more productive and fulfilling lives.
Some of the effects.
- Healing of old emotional patterns.
- Developing a more productive relationship with our inner world, which in turn improves the relationships we have with others and ourselves.
- Understanding and coping with stress and stressful situations.
- Greater ability to express and communicate feelings.
- More access to feelings of joy and pleasure.
I am registered with the UKCP, and I work to the UKCP codes of ethics.
Individual psychotherapy – £70 per session
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org – 07933 202872
Mondays and Wednesdays
Walthamstow practice (E17)
Convenient for public transport. Walthamstow underground and Wood street overground stations are close by.
Walthamstow Central Station Stop: E
Take the Route Bus 275 towards Barkingside Tesco. Come off the bus at the first bus stop after entering Hale End Road.
Rail: Wood Street Station (Chingford to Liverpool Street line). 10-15 min walk
Car: Parking restrictions outside the practice from 10am-4pm, but on-street parking can be found very near by.
Upper Holloway Practice (N7)
Convenient for public transport.
Walking: Buses 4, 17, 43, 263, 271 stop nearby.
Train: Finsbury Park, Archway and Holloway Road tubes are all within walking distance, as well as Upper Holloway overground station which has good links east and west.
Driving: There is some limited parking available. Pay and Display parking is available.