Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy does not just treat the surface of personal problems. It endeavors to reach the underlying, often unconscious, source of a person's distress.
In the safe setting of the therapy, a new and better understanding of long-standing difficulties can be achieved and worked through.
Appointments may be arranged once or twice weekly. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy is not of fixed duration and is depended on the needs of the client.
Psychotherapy can be helpful with:
- Fear and anxiety
- Relationship difficulties
- Adjustment to illness/injury
- Emotional difficulties
- Suicidal Ideation
- Feelings of meaninglessness
- and emptiness
- Struggling to cope with the aftermath of trauma
- Sexual Identity/Sexual Issues
- Post Addiction Support
- Physical problems that may have a psychological origin