Reasons for seeking Psychotherapy


If you have difficulties in making and sustaining relationships.

If you are confused about your sexuality or sexual feelings.

If you have confusion about your identity.

If you have feelings of emptiness, loneliness and meaninglessness.

If you have anxiety, panic attacks and stress.

If you have experienced something traumatic in your childhood or later life.

If you feel depressed or have feelings of chronic anger.

If you have difficulties associated with loss or a bereavement.

If you have problems with education and career attainments.

If you have problems with physical symptoms for which there is no medical explanation, but which may be an expression of emotional pain.

This list is to help you have an idea about the kinds of concerns that bring people to see a psychotherapist, but the issues which people explore in psychotherapy are always very individual.