Many people struggle daily with issues around depression, anxiety, low self esteem and self identity. Some of these issues are the result of a person experiencing life events such as divorce, trauma and loss, struggling to find their place in the world. I believe that early therapeutic intervention is key to help people succeed. By providing a safe environment for the person to process their feelings through talking and creative work, this helps build confidence and self esteem, enabling people to learn coping skills to be able to regulate their emotions which will provide emotional resilience and help them thrive.AdultThrough our work together we will establish therapeutic goals which aim to help you work through issues that are causing emotional pain.Psychotherapy can provide a safe and regular space for you to talk through and explore difficult feelings, these include:1. bereavement2. relationship breakdown3. work-related stress4. explore issues such as sexual identity5. feelings of depression6. feelings of anxiety7. understand yourself and your problems better8. feel more confident9. develop a better understanding of other people's points of viewIn most cases, it takes a number of sessions before the therapy starts to make a difference, and a regular commitment is required to make the best use of the therapy.TeenTeenagers can struggle with different issues than younger children and adults such as identity struggles, extreme peer pressure and fitting in.Teens who may need help may display signs of depression or angry outbursts, they may withdraw from friends and family and “shut down" discussions refusing to say what is upsetting them. Changes in habits are also signs, this might be a change in sleep or eating patterns or drug or alcohol use.When working with adolescents I will use an integrative approach using art, games, music and talking therapies to reach the adolescent where they are at. I have trained in EMDR, Acceptance and Comittment Therapy and Dialetical Behaviour Therapy which utilizes CBT, mindfulness and a skill based approach to support emotional regulation and improve daily living.