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The image is a photo of the room where face to face psychotherapy takes place.  On the left there is a a lamp with a yellow light shade. Bhind the lamp there are some shelves with a plant, a fan, an empty glass bottle and a brass figure. To the right of the shelves there is a large window draped in large yellow curtains. In front of the window is a small desk. To the right of the picture ther is a grey chair, which is in front of another bookcase, a small cabinet and a phone.

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Perhaps you're down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about previous or current relationships, or feel that you want to explore your internal world and relationships. Whatever your needs may be, I can offer a safe space for exploration.


Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a process of growth, self-discovery and change by exploring how current difficulties can be influenced by past early relationships. The psychodynamic method has its roots in psychoanalysis promoting 'free association', speaking freely about what comes to mind; to think about unconscious connections between the past and present experiences.  Sessions are led by you, where we work together in understanding the issues you may bring.

The photo is of a grey chair. Behing the chair is a bookcase with booked on the bottome. The midle shelf contains a sculptue of a face. The top shelf contains a picture of a butterfly. To the left of the bookcase is a wooden cabinet with a phone, plant and box of tissues on.

Feeling real is more than existing; it is finding a way to exist as oneself…and to have a self into which to retreat for relaxation.

Donald W. Winnicott. 

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