Why see a Therapist
WHY SEE A THERAPIST
At all stages of our lives, as children, young people and adults, we can face challenges. They may have been triggered by a traumatic event or a major life transition or it might be that there have been issues you have faced for years that you now feel less able to manage or feel ready to have some support in understanding.

Seeing a therapist provides you with a safe, confidential space to work through your issues with someone who is compassionate, objective, and without judgement. It provides you with the opportunity to learn more about yourself, which might include learning how your past has shaped who you are now, why you feel the way you do, and the triggers for your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Some of the reasons people seek therapeutic support include struggles with:
Depression/low mood
Anxiety
Stress
Anger
Self-esteem
Confidence/self-belief
Divorce/separation
Loss and bereavement
Relationship issues
Trauma
All types of abuse
Gender identity/sexuality
Eating problems
Addiction
Feeling lost/confused/stuck
Physical symptoms that cannot be diagnosed