We deliver an integrative approach, applying evidence-based psychological therapies: Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR); Attachement-informed EMDR; Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT); Acceptance-Commitment Therapy (ACT); Compassion-Focused Therapy (CBT); Schema-informed Therapy (ST) and Motivational Interviewing (MI).

For individuals, the motivation for seeking therapy can vary greatly, as the reasons are unique to each person. We specialise mainly in these two areas:

We specialise in three areas:


If you have experienced one or many traumatic events in your life, like a physical or sexual assault, domestic violence, childhood sexual abuse or neglect, natural disasters, or terrorist attacks you might be affected with your activities of daily living. Post-stress traumatic disorder (PTSD) is a response to a traumatic event and affects people in many ways such as poor sleep and disturbing dreams, feeling haunted by memories, waiting for the worst to happen, panic attacks, avoidance of reminders of trauma, getting isolated or feeling numb or empty.


If you experience persistent worries or fears, deep sense of sadness, frequently feeling irritable or tearful, having trouble with concentration, motivation, fatigue, or even panic attacks. You might need help to find healthy ways to manage anxiety (those feelings of fight/flight or freeze!). You might also find your work overwhelming, feeling burnout and stress is making your feel unwell and need to acknowledge that you need help to cope with life and work demands. We will teach you to apply tools to deal with difficulties and how to set boundaries to those elements that might be causing anxiety or stress.


It is a dark journey to experience the loss of someone you love, or maybe the loss of a job, identity, separation or divorce. We want to guide you through this difficult time and find comfort and a reason to live life. We will walk with you through this time to explore new ways to embrace life and transform all the emotions that come with bereavement, such as anger, sadness, guilt, frustration. You will find good reasons to keep going and find meaning to a new beginning.


We give a 15-minute free consultation. If you feel happy to proceed, the individual session is £120 for 50-minutes.

We will have an assessment appointment and together we will formulate your difficulties to plan your therapy. You will then have a weekly or fortnightly appointments where we will be working toward your therapy goals. Sometimes this can be a pre-agreed number of sessions of a short course of six to ten appointments or an open-ended agreement to make changes to cope with difficulties in your life.