Is it for me?
Most of us at some time in our life have encountered difficulties, such as problems in a close relationship, or a recurring pattern of failed relationships which can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression and isolation. We may have had distressing childhood experiences which can affect us in later life and which we can no longer afford to ignore; or we may be suffering from depression for which there is no obvious reason, or again we may be feeling stuck in some way, trapped in ways of behaving over which we don’t seem to have control.
In psychodynamic psychotherapy sessions you will be encouraged to talk about your innermost thoughts, feelings, anxieties and fears of which you may be unaware and which may manifest themselves in the relationship with your therapist, who will help you to work with this. You therefore integrate a part of yourself which before you did not know about and that can lead to change in how you see yourself and the world.