Therapy sessions can help with common concerns such as tantrums, anger outbursts, hyperactive behaviour, bedtime routines, or problems at school such as with attendance, learning and friendships.
It can also support more complex issues such as loss, trauma, neglect, post-traumatic stress, depression, eating and anxiety disorders or self-harm.
Please see this post for further information on signs that someone may benefit from psychotherapy.
I am a humanistic, attachment based therapist, this approach is aimed at addressing the root cause of difficulties through the therapeutic relationship. I have a warm, non-judgemental and sensitive approach and you will receive utmost confidentiality and sensitivity.
Early intervention has shown to improve the chances for children and young people, with studies increasingly demonstrating the link between early brain development and wellbeing. Through psychotherapy, it may be possible to change the ways we think, feel, behave and relate. My approach can offer healing and help with the processing of issues, so that the young person may be better able to move forwards and achieve their potential.
I adhere to General Data Protection Regulations (GPDR) and I am registered with the Information Commissioner's Office (Membership Number: ZA347065).
Referrals can be taken directly from families or through other agencies such as schools, local authorities and medical practices.
A wide range of issues are covered, please contact me here to find out more.