People come to psychotherapy for many different reasons, normally because they are finding life difficult and their usual ways of coping are no longer working.
It might be that you are finding your relationships with others, or with yourself and your body, painful. You might be feeling unusually anxious or feel that a period of sadness has extended into something that feels more like depression. You might have lost someone, or a relationship, which was precious to you, or be facing a daunting new phase in your life. Or maybe you find yourself repeating patterns of behaviour which no longer serve you well, yet seem impossible to change.
The sooner you take the courageous step of looking for help the better. Our therapists have years of experience helping people explore exactly these kinds of issues, helping them towards an understanding that offers the possibility of a way forward.