Psychological Distress

People can run in to psychological difficulty for many reasons. Familial, financial, sexual, and relationship issues can play a big part in this. Counselling & Psychotherapy can be an important part of the treatment for psychological distress. 

What does Counselling & Psychotherapy look like in practice?

The content and structure of the session will depend on what the client brings to the session. However, the psychotherapist will encourage the client to talk and explore their feelings, both past and present. Throughout the session the therapist uses techniques and skills to help the client work through and experience those difficult emotions. This may sound scary and you may think it’s best to avoid unpleasant feelings, however with the support, trust and encouragement from your trained psychotherapist it is possible to develop a sense of mastery and control over the problem situation. The length of each session is 50 minutes

Therapist Expertise

Due to extremely in-depth training and clinical experience your psychotherapist is enabled to work with virtually all symptoms. People come to counselling & psychotherapy to explore issues such as

  • Anxiety
  • Marriage Counselling
  • Bereavement
  • Sleeping problems
  • Teenagers
  • Eating disorders
  • Psychosis


  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Schizophrenia
  • Bi-polar
  • OCD
  • Sexual Problems
  • Trauma


  • Stress
  • Anger
  • Panic attacks
  • Sexual trauma
  • Relationship problems
  • Bulimia
  • Phobia