Psychotherapy is a talking therapy which helps people deal with mental or emotional distress, which can be experienced in many ways including; anxiety, stress, lack of confidence, depression, relationship issues, trauma, extreme mood swings, self-harm, panic attacks, and phobias.

Working through these issues can improve mental health and provide you with tools, strategies and coping skills to help you manage stress, and emotional difficulties and improve your communication skills and relationships with partners, family members, and friends.

Psychotherapy also helps to increase resilience and gain insight and a deeper level of understanding of your behaviours, emotions and thoughts so that you can develop healthier strategies and improve your overall well-being.


Using an empathetic approach we will support you in exploring the feelings you have about yourself and other people, particularly family and those close to you as well as work-related issues.  We use a blended approach so that your sessions are suited to you as an individual and suit your needs and believe that it is important to create a safe and confidential therapeutic space for you to explore your issues and achieve positive outcomes.

We are trained to listen empathetically to you to understand what is causing your difficulties and support you in finding a sustainable solution and undergo continuous professional development training as well as attend regular supervision. This ensures that your needs are met at all times.


Booking Information

We offer face-to-face and online sessions so wherever you are in the world we can support you.  If you would like to speak to Maria or Tony about booking an appointment or you want to have a chat to find out what therapy is right for you and how you are feeling then you can either use the below contact form or email us directly at  All communication is confidential.

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