Psychotherapy & Counselling Service in West & North-West London
Welcome to West & North-West London Psychotherapy and Counselling Service for Individuals and Couples.
All of us experience emotional difficulties in our lives and often we are able to address them on our own or with friends. However, there are times when some difficulties remain profoundly unsettling, confusing and seemingly offering no conceivable way through. People, at these times, may seek help through psychotherapy or counselling.
I work with a wide variety of people and the concerns which they bring often include:
- Depression, feelings of emptiness and a sense of sadness or dissatisfaction
- Extreme mood swings
- Difficulty in making or sustaining relationships, or repeatedly becoming involved in unsatisfying or destructive relationships
- Persistent anxiety and feelings of stress or an inability to cope or concentrate
- Concern that they might be suffering from antenatal or postnatal depression
- Worried that they may have an eating disorder
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FAQs about Psychotherapy
Eight questions which people considering psychotherapy often ask:
- How can I choose a suitably qualified therapist?
- What are the early signs to look for after a first meeting with a psychotherapist?
- How can psychotherapy help?
- Will I become dependent on my therapist?
- Am I just having a bad day or do I need to speak with someone?
- Will I get caught up in a treatment which is going to be costly and lengthy?
- What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?
- What is the difference between Psychotherapy and CBT?
Contacting London Psychotherapy
If you would like more information about psychotherapy in London or wish to make an appointment call: Jane Palmer on 020 8961 8076. Alternatively you may wish to use our web form to send us an email.
Links: UK Council for Psychotherapy
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What is Psychotherapy?
Free Psychotherapy Articles
Psychotherapy may be understood as healing of the mind.
It can be seen as a healing process by which a psychotherapist helps a client learn about the 'self' that he or she has perhaps been unconsciously and unsuspectingly concealing, primarily from himself or herself.
The process involves a confidential and mutually trusting relationship between the person and the therapist. It is an intimate relationship but not a social one.
In other words the therapist makes his or her mind available for the client to recover...
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