Individual psychotherapy

We offer individual psychotherapy to people of all ages, sexes, sexual orientation, cultural backgrounds and other markers of difference. Our aim is to offer you (and your family members) a safe and confidential space, where you can explore the meaning of past and present experiences, reconnect with hope and your strengths and bring about change so you can live more fully and develop more fulfilling relationships.

Some of the challenges we can help with:

Relationship, family and couple difficulties.
Child and adolescent mental health issues.
Adult mental health issues.
Parenting interventions.
Life cycle transitions, including births, loss and death, separation.
Eating Disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and ARFID).
School related difficulties.
Trauma and PTSD.
Seeking meaning in life after recovering from an eating disorder.
Gender non-conformity and stress / anxiety related to GNC.
Gender-related distress and gender identity challenges.
Desisting and detransitioning – people who discontinue with their gender transition.
Attachment difficulties.
Neurodevelopmental difficulties such as autism / ASC.
Intense and difficult feelings, such as sadness, anger, depression, anxiety.
Sexuality / sexual identity.
Identity difficulties throughout the life-cycle.
Experiences of discrimination and bullying.
Chronic illness.
Illness and disability in the family
Separation, divorce and step-family life
Fostering, adoption, kinship care and the needs of ‘looked after’ children
Domestic violence and abuse


Our aim is to support the development of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship that will allow us to work collaboratively on the issues which concern you in safety and confidentiality. All our associates work within an exploratory psychotherapeutic context, where theory and practice links allow for new reflections and meaning to develop. 

Ethics of Practice

Our practice and our associates (psychologists or psychotherapists) abide at all times by the code of ethics, as developed by their membership or registration organisations (usually UKCP, AFT or BPS). We are particularly sensitive to all aspects of difference and diversity, including, but not limited, to sexuality, biological sex, gender identification, and cultural and racial background among others.

You can access additional information in the links below:

Association for Family Therapy & Systemic Practice Ethics