I offer two modes of therapy:
1. Open Ended Once or Twice Weekly Psychotherapy.
This is a creative interaction with a therapist which draws on the experience of current and past relationships. The therapy seeks to make sense, or to make new sense, of what you find troubling. The idea that you explore with the therapist is at the heart of the work. It is a joint enterprise and, because it seeks deeper understanding, it takes time.
I am also able to offer three times weekly psychoanalytic work, at a reduced fee, for suitable patients.
2. Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT).
DIT is a sixteen session programme which reflects on current relationships. It acknowledges that sixteen weeks is sufficient time to explore perhaps only one relationship and the thoughts and feelings that go with it. Some progress towards practical changes in the way this relationship is experienced and managed is possible in this time.