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I undertake work with infants, children, teenagers, adults, parents, families, carers and professionals.  All ages are welcome.

 

The sessions can help with common concerns such as tantrums, anger outbursts, hyperactive behaviour, bedtime routines, or problems at school such as with learning and friendships.  

 

It can also help with more complex issues such as loss, trauma, neglect, post-traumatic stress, depression, eating and anxiety disorders or self-harm.

 

For further information on signs that someone may benefit from psychotherapy.

 

Referrals can be taken directly from young people, adults and parents/carers or through other agencies such as schools, local authorities and medical practices.

 

Wide range of issues covered, including:-

- Aggression and Anger issues

- Alcohol

- Antisocial Behaviour

- Antisocial Personality Disorder

- Anxiety

- Asperger's

- Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (AD / HD)

- Autistic Spectrum Disorders

- Bedtime routines

- Behavioural problems

- Bereavement

- Bullying/Bullier

- Boundaries

- CAMHS involvement

- Child Assessment Framework (CAF)

- Child in Need (CIN)

- Child Protection (CP) Plans

- Children who have experienced unsettling times

- Children and young people known to Social Services

- Concentration difficulties

- Conduct Disorder

- Crisis

- Defiance

- Depression

- Difficulties focusing in school or at work

- Difficulties with managing, expressing or coping with feelings and emotions

- Difficulties with relationships – friendships, family, bullying

- Disinterest in life

- Dyslexia; Dyspraxia; Dyscalculia

- Eating problems

- Excessive anxiety and phobias

- Fearfulness

- Fragile X Syndrome

- Health problems, including mental health

- Inability to play or share

- Learning difficulties

- Lethargy, lack of enthusiasm or hyperactivity

- Neglect

- Nightmares / Night Terrors

- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

- Oppositional Defiance Disorder

- Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome

- Problematic childhood

- Rage

- Relationship difficulties

- Reluctance to commit and persevere

- Self harm

- Separation and divorce

- Separation Anxiety

- Sex abuse (perpetrator or victim)

- Sexualised behaviour

- Sleep disorders

- Special Educational Needs

- Step-family difficulties

- Substance misuse

- Suicidal ideation

- Tearfulness, extreme sensitivity

- Trauma

- Withdrawal

Who

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Please contact me to find out more.

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