During the Covid-19 crisis, I am working online, using Skype or Zoom, or by telephone. Once restrictions are lifted, I will resume face to face work in my London Bridge and Norwich practices.
The Covid-19 crisis is unprecedented. While it has changed usual life for everyone, the impact is different for each of us. It may stir up deep seated fears, anxieties and worries. Partner and family relationships maybe under pressure due to lockdown, you may be experiencing loneliness. You may have been bereaved due to Covid-19.
Psychodynamic psychotherapist and counsellor in Central London
Talking to a trained therapist may be helpful in getting through this if you are struggling. It can be a relief to speak to someone who is trained to listen and understand.
You may be thinking of seeking help but don’t know where to start. I am an experienced psychodynamic psychotherapist and counsellor in London Bridge, working with those who may be living with feelings of sadness, loss or dissatisfaction with life. I am trained to listen and work with you in understanding yourself better. Therapy can help in finding new ways of thinking and feeling about life’s events, enabling you to move on in your life.
Most people experience emotional difficulties at some point in their lives. People seek therapy for a wide range of issues including depression and anxiety, stress, unresolved issues from the past, feeling unable to move on in life, traumatic experiences, low self esteem or relationship difficulties.
A safe and confidential place where you can talk about your difficulties can bring a sense of relief, while offering the possibility of lasting change.
The areas I work in include:
If you are in an acute crisis and need immediate help, you need to contact your GP, NHS 111 or the Samaritans.