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I have extensive experience of providing Counselling and Psychotherapy to adults with a wide variety of life, relationship and mental health difficulties.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Addiction

  • Personality Disorder

  • Eating Disorder

Psychology Session


Therapy is time set aside by us to talk about the issues that have

made you seek therapy.

Therapy might include talking about past and present life events, your feelings, emotions,

relationships, ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour. We will look at your concerns and between us identify the best course of action for you, which might be helping you to resolve your difficulties or to find ways of coping.

  • A safe and confidential space to help you explore emotional problems

  • Help you make sense of your world

  • Help you explore feelings and thoughts to resolve emotional distress

  • help you towards a better understanding of yourself and others, which may improve your ability to relate to others.



Addiction is the total inability to control certain repetitive behaviours to the extent that they have harmful consequences and make our lives unmanageable. They are the result of powerful compulsions to use and do certain things excessively, often out of a need to escape from upsetting emotions or situations. These compulsions can trigger a self-perpetuating process, which can cause pain and suffering not only for those with the problem, but for their loved ones too.

"Addiction is less about giving up something and more about gaining something, that something is a more meaningful, authentic and connected life. Addiction takes things, recovery gives them back, including; self-esteem, love for and from self and others, meaning, passion, ability to deal with life’s challenges, healing, and hope".

- Counsellor Andrew Harvey.



A holistic approach to therapy for common mental health problems encompasses treating the individual as a whole person, considering not just their symptoms but also their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being. By addressing all aspects of a person's life, holistic therapy aims to promote healing and overall wellness, rather than just focusing on alleviating symptoms. 

This approach recognizes the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit and emphasizes the importance of treating underlying causes rather than just managing symptoms.

Holistic therapy often incorporates a combination of traditional therapeutic approaches, such as counselling, with complementary practices, such as mindfulness, meditation, yoga, acupuncture, nutrition, and exercise. This integration of various modalities allows for a more holistic and individualized approach to mental health treatment, addressing not only psychological symptoms but also physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of well-being.

Holistic therapy promotes self-awareness, self-discovery, and personal growth. By exploring the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit, individuals in therapy gain insight into their thoughts, emotions, behaviours, and physical sensations, as well as their beliefs, values, and life purpose. This deeper self-awareness can lead to personal transformation, increased resilience, and a greater sense of fulfillment and inner peace.

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