Also known as talk therapy, psychotherapy is the general term for spending time with a trained therapist to diagnose and treat mental, emotional and personality problems.
Our team of clinical psychologists, psychotherapists, and psychodynamic specialists work with individuals, couples, families and children to help them overcome a range of mental health and emotional issues. We use a variety of therapies and non-medical based treatments to help you address your feelings, deal with inner conflicts, and cope with grief and distress.
Psychotherapy gives you the opportunity to find the solutions to problems including:
We offer a variety of therapies to suit individual needs including:
Typically, you will meet your therapist once a week. The course of treatment will depend on:
Our specialists are ready to help you
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