If you’re experiencing difficulty with personal or work-related issues, you may find it beneficial to express these feelings.
Our counsellors can work with you to make sense of long-standing patterns of thinking and behaviour, increase your understanding, and confront destructive patterns, working towards beneficial change. We maintain that for meaningful change to take place, it can be important to explore the origins of a problem, rather than focus only on the symptoms. This is where a skilled facilitator can help to identify deeply held, often unconscious, beliefs or attitudes that can impact on the issue. Individual psychotherapy can work on building a fuller or more appropriate way of living, which better expresses us individually in relation to the world.
The Grove offers a safe, confidential, non-judgmental environment and our team of therapists are here support you and guide you through any difficulty you may be facing.
We offer face-to-face therapy for £100 for an initial 50-minute session. Then depending on the Therapist you choose, further sessions are either £90 or £150 thereafter.
Call The Grove today to speak to a therapist and set up an initial appointment.
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Many of the personal problems faced can arise in the context of our relationships and family background. The Grove offers sessions for couples, adolescents and families to help work through their difficulties and find more fulfilling ways of relating to each other. Individual counselling or psychotherapy could be beneficial if you’re familiar with any of the experiences outlined below or if you feel troubled in a way that is hard to describe.
- Depression, anxiety, panic attacks
- Relationship difficulties
- Work issues such as stress, bullying or harassment, redundancy
- Sexuality, sexual identity, sexual problems
- Illness or infertility
- Sleeping problems or insomnia
- Pregnancy, miscarriage or abortion
- Sexual abuse or rape
- Childhood abuse or neglect
- Disordered eating or self-destructive/compulsive behaviour or self-harm
- Substance abuse
- Problematic use of pornography or the internet
- Bereavement and loss
- Anger management, bullying or violence
- Post-traumatic stress