This list is in no way exhaustive and not all of life’s difficulties can be explained or captured on a page so please get in touch. A conversation may help to set you on the right pathway.

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Charlie Chaplin
Among the variety of issues a person might wish to talk about are the following:
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Panic and Social Anxiety
  • Specific Phobias
  • Bereavement, Sadness and Loss
  • Obsessive Compulsive Thoughts, Actions and Behaviours
  • Sexual, Emotional or Physical Abuse
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Trauma, Complex Trauma and Significant Life Events
  • Addiction and Repetitive Patterns
  • Transgender and Identity Work
  • Working with Teenagers and Adolescents
  • Working to Understand Autism, Aspergers and ADHD
  • Working with Non-School Attendance
  • Working with Sexuality and Difficulties with Intimacy
  • Issues around Cultural Difference, Diversity and Belonging
  • Experiences with a Mis-diagnosis or Coming to Terms with a Diagnosis
  • Managing Emotions and Anger Management
  • Self-esteem and Building Confidence
  • Relationship Therapy – Divorce, Separation and Salvaging Important Relationships (including Couples work)
  • Stress & Work Related Issues
  • Issues around a Spirituality and an Existential Crisis
  • Working with the Archetypes – The Mother, The Father, Masculine and The Feminine (for both men and women)
  • Dream Analysis and Exploring The Unconscious Mind
And Many More Emerging or Embeded Mental Health, Well-being or Relationship Diffciulties.

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