If you answered yes to any of these questions then I can help you. My name is Kate Patterson, and I am a professional psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. As an accredited Thrive Programme Consultantand Thrive Consultant trainer I use positive psychological training using The Thrive Programme and Applied Positive Hypnotherapy to help you to live the life you really want and not to be held back by your anxiety, your depression or your stress.
In 2001, I established a private practice as a Massage Therapist. I have been working in Mental Health NHS since 2004 using Biodynamic Massage with a board spectrum of psychological issues, includingfor example: eating disorders, depression and anxiety.
Please take time to explore the site to learn more about my services and how I can help you. My approach to counselling is highly individual and draws on my many years of experience, extensiveresearch and study. Please don't hesitate to contact me. My services are strictly confidential, highly professional and very affordable.
Thank you for your interest in counselling and psychotherapy in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. I know how difficult it can be to seek support and how important it is to find the right professional tohelp at this time. Genuineness, openness and trust are all fundamental treatment ingredients needed within successful counselling and psychotherapy relationships, and ingredients that I value tremendously in my work.
We are a registered charity (No: 1053794), a team which has been providing professional counselling, services since 1978. CCC offers people 16 and over, of any lifestyle and nationality, aconfidential and caring environment in which to explore their needs.
Luke Clough, 28, has over 10 years experience working within the Fitness and Coaching Industry. At the age of 18, he gained his Diploma in Fitness Training and Sports Therapy and started working as aFitness Instructor within a successful Health Club. It was at this time he started to use the skills he gained whilst studying Psychology, to help individuals reach their personal goals.
The Cedar Tree practice works in an integrative way using a range of therapeutic approaches. Person Centred - this tends to work in the "here and now" i.e. what is going on in your life right now.These four approaches can be used singularly or they can all be combined in an integrative approach. Cedar Tree seeks to bring about a helping interaction into many of life's situations that we find ourself in.
Suffering and the search for meaning are inescapable aspects of our life, from the acute distress of losing a loved one, through to the yearning and despair we can feel at losing our connection topurpose and meaning. I imagine that it is your feelings of being in some way unhappy or dissatisfied with your life that has led you here. Anyone reading this will be looking for something.
Founder Director of Empsy Ltd, Chartered Occupational Psychologist, The British Psychological Society (BPS); Chartered Scientist, Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, an international practitionerin psychology, coaching, mentoring and psychotherapy. Registered to practise psychology for a range of psychological services, regulated by Health Professions Council (HPC).
Typical problems that people bring to counselling include low-mood, depression, feeling stuck or trapped, anxiety, stress, feeling unhappy at work, eating issues, over-doing drink, drugs, gambling orcomputers, relationship issues (work or personal), identity issues, family problems, bereavement, career uncertainty or dissatisfaction, life-stage issues (eg mid-life crisis, retirement), a sense of something being 'not quite right' or a desire for greater well-being or personal development.