What's worrying you?

If you have an idea of what is bothering you, our therapists can explore whatever is troubling you and make sense of your thoughts and feelings.

What’s worrying you?


There are many reasons why someone may want to end their pregnancy. It’s normal to experience a wide range of positive and negative emotions. It’s important to know that there’s no ‘correct’ way to feel, and we can offer a safe space to talk through it.


Abusive behaviour has many forms and can affect a person’s physical, emotional, sexual and financial wellbeing through violence, intimidation, coercion, and neglect. Whatever your situation, we can help you come to terms with your experience and support you in regaining control of your life.


Are you unable to maintain control over something you enjoy doing, taking, or using, to the point where it could be harmful to you? Addiction is often associated with drugs, gambling and smoking, but it can also apply to your work, internet use, and shopping. It’s not always easy to stop the habit, and we can help you take the first steps to recovery.

Anger management

Anger is a natural emotion, and most people get angry at some point. However, it can have a destructive impact on the lives of you, and those around you, when it gets out of control. We can help understand your symptoms and support you in safely expressing your emotions.


Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear. It is a normal part of life. However, for people with anxiety disorders, their anxiety is more constant and can often affect their daily lives. Whatever form of anxiety you have, therapy can help.


Grief can make you question everything when you lose something or someone close to you. It’s normal to experience a wide range of emotions, both positive and negative. It’s important to know that there isn’t a ‘correct’ way to feel, and we can offer a safe space to talk through it, and support you while you’re adjusting.


People can react in many ways after a diagnosis of cancer. It can stir up strong reactions such as fear and anger, and also put a strain on your spirituality, sexuality, relationships and finances. We can help you cope with your diagnosis, and during your treatment, to help you improve your quality of life.


We all have times when we feel sad and low, but depression is when you feel like this for a long time. You may struggle to get out of bed and keep up with your daily tasks and responsibilities. However, it is treatable. Our therapists can help you identify, understand, and manage your self-defeating thoughts and negative behaviour.

Eating disorders

An eating disorder is when you develop an unhealthy relationship with food, which can dominate your life and affect your physical and mental health. Anyone can develop an eating disorder, and there may be a range of factors involved. We offer a safe space to explore your feelings and support you in getting the help you need.

Gender identity

While gender dysphoria is not a mental health condition, you may experience distress and unhappiness when you do not feel able to express your true identity. Our therapists can offer you a safe place to talk, free of stigma and judgement, and with us, you are free to be you.


It may be difficult to come to terms with the fact that your body may be working against you. According to the NHS, one in six couples may struggle to conceive. Infertility can be isolating and can also put stress on your relationship. We can help you come to terms with your feelings, and support you in building a lasting relationship.


A miscarriage can have a significant impact on you, your partner, and also your friends and family. People will deal with the news in different ways. You may feel guilt, shock, sadness and anger. It’s important to know that there’s no ‘correct’ way to feel, and we can offer a safe space to come to terms with your loss.


Everyone has fears, and fear is a natural emotion. However, for some, the fear can be overwhelming and debilitating. Anyone can develop a phobia, at any age, and avoiding the object of their fear is enough to control it. We can help you come to terms with your anxieties and enable you to deal with them more constructively.

Self esteem

Our self-esteem is our overall opinion of ourselves. Having low self-esteem means that we place little value on ourselves, and may have developed a negative view of life which can make it seem hopeless. We can help you discover all the parts of yourself, and through self-awareness, enable you to access the validating parts of yourself to grow your self-esteem.


Stress is a normal response, and can be good at motivating us. However, if we’re overwhelmed by this stress for a long time, it can have an impact on both our mental and physical health. Stress, and the effects of stress, can feed itself, meaning that it can quickly dominate your life. We can help you understand the causes and support you in finding solutions to tackle them.


Going through a distressing event can cause lasting psychological harm. Everyone has a different response to trauma, so you might notice the effects immediately, or they may manifest after some time. No matter how major or minor your experience was, it’s important not to compare yourself to other people. Whatever you’re going through, our therapists can help.

If you're going through a difficult time, our therapists can help, face-to-face, over the phone, or online.

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