Psychotherapy is collaboration between a psychotherapist and a client (individual, couple or family); it aims to engage with issues of a psychological nature in the clients life, that relates to the client’s sense of emotional well-being.

In weaving between the past and the present we are able to bring the future into ‘sharper’ focus; and in making connections between the inner and outer world therapy allows for self-discovery that can enrich the client’s life and enlighten his/her relationships with others.

Psychotherapy provides a safe, unbiased and confidential relationship with a trained professional to assess, understand and treat psychological distress, while also providing the opportunity to adjust and release unhealthy habits. Within a space of safety, psychotherapy can facilitate a heightened awareness and a sense of accountability that can add meaning and a sense of purpose to everyday life.