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Therapy and Counselling in Cambridge

Therapy and counselling are for anyone who wants to invest in themself. 


Therapy is really useful for people who want to heal some old wounds or move on from feeling stuck in their lives or to shift significant blocks. Counselling tends to be more short term, focussed on responding to specific issues in your life. Counselling contracts can be for  2 sessions, 6 weeks or for several months.


Sometimes people come to therapy and counselling in a moment of crisis, others with a more general feeling that all is not well in their lives and they want to take some time to reflect, review and rethink.


My role is to listen to you, reflect on what I hear and use the theory I have learnt to help you understand things in a different way. I will do my best to make sure you feel safe and listened to. I also offer sand tray therapy for people who prefer images and symbols to words, who want to find a different way to commuicate their feelings and experiences.


The experience of talking things through with a person outside your immediate social or work environment can help you see things in a different way. The questions I ask may help you reflect on habits and responses and how effective they are for you now.


My style is to work collaboratively with you, to help you find new ways of understanding your life and try out new ways of responding to situations.


For more information on how I can help you:

07590 107455

What are psychotherapy and counselling?


The UK Council for Psychotherapy states that psychotherapy:


"involves exploring feelings, beliefs, thoughts and relevant events, sometimes from childhood and personal history, in a structured way with someone trained you help you do it safely."


The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy’s definition of counselling is:


"Counselling and psychotherapy are umbrella terms that cover a range of talking therapies.  They are delivered by trained practitioners who work with people over a short or long term to help them bring about effective change or enhance their well being."

I never knew you could laugh in therapy.