Intensive Therapy is available to any individual, couple or family with the desire, commitment and means to access it. It has proved particularly beneficial for the following groups of people:

  • People who want to get better faster.
  • Those with limited spare time to attend regular weekly sessions.
  • Those who are looking for a powerful approach to therapy.
  • People who are ready to work at a deep level and tackle the weed at its root.
  • People who are able to put one to two weeks aside to work on getting unstuck and moving forward with their lives.
  • People who don’t want to spend months or years in therapy.
  • Courageous people who are prepared to face powerful and difficult emotions.
  • Those willing to to reflect honestly on themselves.
  • Those who feel they can’t go on – or worry that their job or relationships will be under threat if they don’t act quickly.
  • People in the forces, during their leave.
  • Teachers and students, during the summer break.
  • People who are in a position financially (although Intensive Therapy is more cost-effective than weekly sessions, it does require an initial outlay).
  • People with disabilities.

Consider Intensive Therapy if you have:

  • A history of abuse or neglect.
  • Issues around separation or bereavement.
  • Relationship problems.
  • Teenager/child management issues.
  • Long-term depression.
  • Issues with anxiety or panic attacks.
  • Problems with phobias or OCD, hoarding, etc.
  • Issues around eating or body image (including Body Dysmorphic Disorder).
  • Problems with self-harming.

If you are not yet ready for Intensive Therapy, you can instead work with me face-to-face or via Skype™.

Click here for more about Skype Therapy.