Psychotherapy for Relationship Issues
Relationships are a very fulfilling part of our lives, irrespectively if we are thinking about our social, professional or family life. We rely on strong connections with our loved ones, friends and colleagues for guidance, love, support and our overall wellbeing.
Still, having meaningful and healthy relationships is not a given, as they require time, effort and a multitude of skills to start and maintain them. Some of us may struggle to form satisfactory relationships by feeling lonely or isolated while others can become increasingly dissatisfied with their current relationships.
Irrespectively if you want to focus on a particular relationship or on yourself and the way you relate to others; therapy can have a lot to offer. For example, here you will have a neutral space to gain a better understanding of yourself, of your relational patterns and of the problems and issues that are affecting your relationships. It is entirely up to you to decide if you want to rebuild, end or change your current relationships.
Ultimately, psychotherapy can help you clarify what you want from your relationships and how you can develop better ways of relating and maintaining those relationships.
How to get started?
Get in touch to book your first session.
The first session has a reduced fee (30£) to see how and if we can work together to improve your well- being
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As an accredited member of UKCP, I adhere to and uphold their ethical and practical guidelines.
All my work is professionally supervised and I have a full professional indemnity insurance.