Keith Carlton

Keith Carlton

We are born trying to understand the world, and trying to relate to the people around us. And when those relationships appear problematic – perhaps though actual issues in the external world, or perhaps through our own attempts to understand the world – we can create highly conflicted and difficult meanings about who we are. […]

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Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is an in-depth analytic therapy derived from psychoanalysis. It focuses on the unconscious, and on past experiences, in order to understand how the unconscious and the past is impacting on current behaviours and moods in a negative or problematic way. In the sessions clients are encouraged to talk about their thoughts and feelings […]

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Body Psychotherapy

At the heart of body psychotherapy is the relationship between client and therapist. Body psychotherapy is a joint exploration of embodied experience. It can support a process of becoming more aware of what drives habitual patterns of response, especially in relationships. It is only through awareness that we can begin to claim more freedom in […]

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Person Centred Counselling

Person Centred Counselling is based on the idea that everyone is born with the ability to self-improve and achieve their potential. However, that ability is sometimes confused by your situation or how people regard you- people who don’t understand you, view you poorly or aren’t being honest with you can, without meaning to, twist the […]

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Panic Attacks, Phobias and Fear

Panic attacks are an unpleasant frightening but harmless set of sensations when the body becomes overly anxious and goes into panic mode after being ‘triggered’ by a singular or multiple sensations or thoughts. They are often described by sufferers as coming from nowhere, and having no pattern to them but there will often be at […]

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Lyn Hazleton

Lyn Hazleton

I work from an integrative perspective with a strong foundation in humanistic and existential concepts. Working from an integrative perspective means that I can be with each person and facilitate a unique therapy adapted to suit what that individual person brings and what they need.

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David Spicer

David Spicer

As a UKCP registered integrative psychotherapeutic counsellor, I offer a patient, open, and non-judgemental approach to counselling. For problems such as depression and anxiety, or problems with personal or workplace relationships, Integrative Counselling provides an holistic approach to counselling that embraces psychoanalytical, humanistic and cognitive models of counselling to offer a talking therapy that respects […]

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Integrative Counselling

Counselling and Wellbeing

Integrative Counselling is a counselling which uses several branches of psychology together in a holistic and integrative manner to help people. There are several branches of psychology- developmental, behavioural, clinical, social, etc. Each one focuses on one area, meaning that counselling based on social psychology alone or developmental psychology alone will miss important causes and […]

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Diet & Nutrition Counselling

Diet & Nutrition Counselling

What you eat can affect your mood, your energy and your health. But in a world with a new fad diet every week it is difficult to know how best to choose your food. Diet & Nutrition Counselling is about getting personal advice and help with changing your eating habits to become healthier.

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Relationship Counselling

Relationship counselling

  Relationship counselling helps people deal with issues in their relationships, whether between a couple or within a family. Whether its a problem that seems trivial or a huge problem, relationship counselling can help bridge the gap. It may involve seeing a counsellor by yourself or together, and how it develops is based on how […]

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