Individual Psychotherapy

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
It is important to ensure continuity and attendance at regular intervals. This can be between one to three times weekly sessions of 50 minutes. The frequency of sessions depends on the level of distress or anxiety, e.g. if these are very high it may be more helpful to talk about things more often. Some people have difficulty knowing what they feel and in these cases it can also be helpful to create more space and time in psychotherapy where it is possible to get in touch with the inner self.

Time limited Psychotherapy
It may be desirable to address an issue in a focussed way. Sometimes this may mean that other problems are put on hold and attended to at a later time, when life and emotional circumstances allow it. A minimum number of six sessions but possibly more time is needed: 6 months to a year could be envisaged.

Group Psychotherapy/
Group Analysis
for psychotherapy
About Psychoanalytic/
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Staff Facilitation/ 
Team Groups
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