The way we cope with our day to day life
is largely a reflection of our inner state.
In psychotherapy we explore our inner world; the way we think about ourselves and how this affects our sense of reality and feeling of well being.
We look at the impact all this has had on our outer world, the way we lead our present life and how we would prefer to live it.
We think about what motivates our essential energy in order to help us regain a feeling of fulfilment.
Integrative psychotherapy draws its theory from different therapeutic models working with the psyche and the body.
My work includes looking at any physical symptoms presenting, such as headaches, stomach upsets, pains in the back, insomnia, breathing difficulties or other illnesses. Diet and exercise may be examined.
All aspects of a person's background and beliefs are explored sensitively and considerately.