Therapists work in a variety of ways offering different forms of therapy and counselling from humanistic & person-centred therapy, psychoanalytic & psychodynamic psychotherapy to EMDR, CBT and Somatic Experiencing.
Choosing a therapist to work with
Therapists have their particular areas of interest or specialism so please have a look at their profiles to find out more about each, and who might suit you.
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What things can I discuss in therapy?
Therapy can help with a wide range of personal and emotional issues that we face.
Subjects that arise frequently are anxiety, grief, anger, stress, depression & self-esteem.
Relationships come in many different forms, intimate, family, social and work.
Subjects that arise frequently are communication, affairs, lack of intimacy, sibling rivalry.
Working life can be fulfilling and there are times when we find it challenging and stressful.
Subjects that arise frequently are bullying, assertiveness, lack of confidence, work/life balance.
How do I choose the right therapist to work with?
Research shows again and again that the effectiveness of the therapy or counselling is affected by the relationship you have with your therapist or counsellor. It is therefore important that you find someone who you feel comfortable with and who you can build a trusting relationship with. Please feel free to chat on the telephone to a few therapists or to meet several before deciding who you would like to work with. The initial session is an opportunity for both you and the therapist to decide if you would like to work together.
Not sure which Psychotherapist or what ‘type’ of therapy you need?
If you are uncertain which psychotherapist will best match your needs then please contact Elisabetta Cittadini by email, and she will help you find which therapist might best suit you and the subject that you would like to explore.
Elisabetta’s Contact Details
If you are in crisis and need to speak to someone urgently
Please note, we are not an emergency service and it may take time for you to arrange an initial appointment with one of our therapists.
If you need to speak to someone urgently, please consider contacting one the following services:
Open 24 hours, seven days a week: Call 116 123 www.samaritans.org
Specific Samaritan link on wanting to kill yourself: I want to kill myself
If speaking to someone over the phone does not feel right for you, you can make contact via email to: email@example.com
Suicide support befrienders.org