Posts in the ‘Psychotherapy’ Category

What is The Possibility Project London

I founded the Possibility Project London in Kings Cross London in 2014 with the intention of responding to London’s diversity and its unique challenges and opportunities. Put simply I feel that psychological therapies should respond to the needs of the patient and the environment in which they are delivered if they are to optimise outcomes.

Therapy can help with your relationship

Relationships, whether with partners, family or friends, can be the best of experiences; but when they go wrong it can be devastating and have negative impacts upon our sense of identity and self-worth. They may cause us stress, trauma, anxiety and depression. It is worth being aware that most important relationships may bring up strong

Why we need a mentalising culture

A recent article in the times about a young man named Matthew Elvidge reminded me of the indiscriminate nature of mental health problems among young people. Matthew was a high achieving pupil who seemed to be on track for a great future when he took his own life. His family set up a trust to

Psychotherapy and Social Media

A student contacted me recently who is doing a thesis about how psychotherapists use social media and asked if she could interview me. I immediately thought about what a thorny and tricky issue this is for those of us who work with the highest level of confidentiality and want to keep our patients and their


Helping you consider your relationship issues and get some clarity on how to change your situation for the better.


Better cope with these feelings by talking about the experiences with therapist.


Certain behaviours are determined by unconscious motivations, drives, and instincts usually formed through early experience.


Psychotherapy and counselling is useful in dealing with stress through providing a safe space to explore feelings
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