Getting to know yourself through individual therapy provides immense benefits in raising self-esteem, improving connections with other people and finding a better of coping with life changing events like bereavement, divorce and other things.
For increasing arguments, communication problems, family issues, sexual problems, cultural problems, life changes or any other issues, couples therapy can help you improve your relationship and improve the quality of your life.
If you are struggling with good relationships at work or in your personal life then relationship counselling can help you. We look at your struggles, repetitive patterns and the reasons behind some of these problems.
Anger & Stress Management
Anger and Stress reduce the quality of your personal and work life and you push away close to you. We look at the triggers and some of the underlying issues to improve the way you manage these two essential parts of the human emotional spectrum.
Let's Work Through it Together
I work with couples and individuals on a wide range of presenting issues. This could be in things like addiction, affairs, anger management, anxiety, relationship issues, betrayals, depression, bereavement, abuse, trauma and others. I have worked with different agencies and am currently working with Relate London South East where I see clients on Friday evenings. I try and work with people and not problems.
What I mean by that is that I work with you as a person or as persons (in a couple), without judgement or prejudice to understand you and your presenting issue. Presenting issues can be deceptive and can hide the real source of your troubles. It is not unless I understand you as a person that I can help you work through your troubles.
I work with individuals and couples, and have experience in working with clients from different backgrounds and cultures presenting a range of different issues.
Your relationship to your mobile phone
Why are mobile phones damaging to relationships? Most couples argue about use of mobile phones. Most people are less aware of their own behaviour but are much more aware of the impact of their partners mobile phone usage on them. A recent study links depression and anxiety to maladaptive and excessive mobile phone usage. But
Mobile phones are addictive
Why are mobile phones are so addictive ? In most face to face relationships, particularly amongst couples, mobile phone has become an area of annoyance and conflict. More people complain about their partners mobile phone usage than anything else. Why is that? Mobile has become an extension of ourselves. The many devices that we used
What does forgiveness mean? What does forgiveness mean to you? When you think of forgiving someone, what do you think you need to do? Forget about what happened? Learn to move on? Ignore everything? To forgive, an offence must first to be committed. And if you are indeed offended then you are likely to have