Psychotherapy is a process that helps us to examine ourselves, to learn about our strengths and weaknesses and to make changes that improve our lives.
It is now well recognised that many of us suffer from some kind of psychological, emotional or relationship issue that, if not attend to, can detriment our lives and the lives of others, including our family and children.
By taking time to develop a relationship with ourselves in the company of a trained therapist we gain insights and skills that support us and other beings.
We can achieve this by becoming conscious of unconscious patterns, by learning to relax and meditate, or by developing skills that empower us to become more assertive and confident.
There are many types of psychotherapy and the practitioners at the centre are trained in a number of forms that are applied depending on the needs of the client. It is best to have an appointment with a psychotherapist to discuss your needs and possibilities.