Is Your Internal Alarm System Easily Triggered?
You may be suffering from anxiety
You are not alone in your suffering. Did you know that 1 in 4 – will at some point during their life suffer with poor mental health?
Most people seek therapy during a transition; like divorce, the end of a relationship or the beginning of a new one. Some find themselves needing therapy when they become a parent. Others seek it when they move house or change their jobs. For a few, there is nothing in particular that brings them to therapy, other than the fact that they don’t want to feel the way they feel any longer.
Because problems rarely go away on their own. At my clinic, I meet people from all walks of life. One of my specialisms is in anxiety disorders. I also have further training in adjustment issues, anger management and the treatment of chronic self-criticism. There is nothing shameful about seeking professional help. In fact, it can be the most intelligent and life-changing move you can make. Through attending and engaging in psychological therapy, individuals, just like you, create a space in their life to alleviate suffering, improve confidence and live a happier life.
What if life didn’t have to be this hard? What if there was a way where you could speak as compassionately to yourself as you do to others? What if you didn’t have to feel like a failure so often? What if there was a different way?
WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT US…
50 minutes of me time. Not for my son. Not for my husband. Not for my boss. It was just for me.
I got burned out in 2012 and never really found a way out of it. Therapy helped me to do so. It worked.
I had been through quite a lot during the two years before I entered therapy. Moving countries, had my first child, a family bereavement.. Somewhere in the process I lost myself and anxiety found me. Therapy helped me to re-discover who I am.
Imposter syndrom [brought me to therapy]. I learned new ways to manage that seems to do the trick.
I have been colleagues with Emely since 2012, having witnessed her growth and development as a therapist from thereon. Emely is a highly qualified and experienced therapist who offers evidence based and effective help for individuals. I have found Emely to be a trustworthy and sincere practitioner, putting the needs and wishes of her clients first. Regardless of her high level of expertise, Emely is always warm, kind and empathic in her rapport with both clients and colleagues. Whilst knowing Emely, I have many a time drawn on her knowledge in peer supervision and would highly recommend her as a therapist.