How You Can Use Therapy

You may wish to :-                                                           Contact Keith Bibby


Sort out or test your thoughts and feelings about a  dilemma.


Develop or improve some personal or social skill, improve your quality of life or change some specific aspect of your way of thinking or behaving.


Explore disturbing thoughts or life-changing dreams - explore difficulties, kick ideas around or make important decisions in an entirely confidential, imaginative and non-judgemental setting.


Free a creative block or develop new thinking and awareness or new possibilities in your life - and live more easily.


Take stock or get a different perspective on people, relationships, situations or other aspects of your life.


Get understanding support and deal with feeling unreal, hopeless, depressed or unable to cope.


Work out how to manage with  difficult behaviour in your family or social network or at work


Change something you don’t like about yourself or your behaviour


Unburden yourself of  some worry or bad experience


Get support through confusing or mentally distressing circumstances


Find a way to make a difficult decision


Free yourself from guilt or shame or fear from the past


Deal with personal crisis - like deep feelings of loss or depression, losing a sense of identity;  uncertainty about purpose or meaning in life


Work through Relationship Difficulties or Family Crises


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Therapists are trained to work constructively with a wide diversity of views, backgrounds and perspectives. We learn about many aspects of human experience - and deal sympathetically and constructively with issues which might easily shock or challenge other people.


We also benefit from professional colleagues with whom we address personal stress or difficulties so that we can continue to work effectively.


All exchanges with you are ENTIRELY CONFIDENTIAL.


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