People turn to therapy when they want to move on from feelings which are causing them distress.
You may have been struggling with difficult feelings for quite some time, or only recently have begun to feel you would like things to change. Whatever has led you to ask for help we will work together at your own pace to explore how you experience life now and how you would like it to be.
You may feel you cannot move forwards in your life, or it is impossible to see how life can be good in the future after a bereavement, trauma or a divorce, perhaps.
Adverse life experiences can bring anxiety, depression, addictions and even suicidal thoughts.
Relationships can be difficult to form or maintain and you may find it hard to understand how you got to where you are now, and to see how to make things better by yourself.
I have particular expertise in helping people living with ADHD and their families, including parents and partners.
Whether you have ADHD yourself or are living with someone who has it you may have found that it has a profound impact on how you view your life and how others view you.
Gaining a better understanding of how ADHD impacts you and your world can help you to gain acceptance of yourself and others and learn to use the condition in positive ways.