Relationship Problems


Childhood Experiencs

Work-related problems

Low self esteem

Anger Management

Low mood­

Alcohol, drug and other addictions

Compulsive eating

Unwanted patterns of behaviour


Bereavement or other issues of loss­

There are many issues psychotherapy can help with and above are just a few the reasons many clients seek it as one of the longer term talking therapies available to them.


Psychotherapy can..



  • Address problems that have built up over a long period of time.


  • Help you understand your feelings, thoughts and actions more clearly. 


  • Identifies emotional issues and the background to problems and difficulties.


  • Be a long-term therapy



Psychoanalytical and psychodynamic therapies are based on our unconscious thoughts and perceptions from our childhood experiences, and how these affect current behaviour and thoughts. There are a range of therapeutic methods and options that your counsellor may use as part of their treatment plan such as:


  • Jungian therapy: Jungian psychotherapy is a specific branch of psychodynamic therapy that works from the theories of Carl Jung, considered to be one of the forefathers of psychology.


  • Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalysis was developed by Sigmund Freud and focuses on an individual's unconscious, deep-rooted thoughts that often stem from childhood. Through free associations, dreams or fantasies, clients can learn how to interpret deeply buried memories or experiences that may be causing them distress.


  • Psychoanalytic therapy: Based on psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic therapy also focuses on how an individual's unconscious thoughts are influencing them. However, psychoanalytic therapy is usually less intensive than psychoanalysis.


  • Psychodynamic therapy: Psychodynamic therapy evolved from psychoanalytic therapy and seeks to discover how unconscious thoughts affect current behaviour. Psychodynamic therapy usually focuses on more immediate problems and attempts to provide a quicker solution.