Self Harm

Self-harm, which is an injury inflicted on oneself, often by cutting or burning, is generally a sign of intense distress, anxiety and/or suppressed emotions.

Self Harm

A person may self-harm, to express pain, anxiety or other emotions or to maintain a feeling of control over their body when other situations in life seem to be out of control.

A counsellor or psychotherapist can help the person who is self-harming to develop other coping mechanisms to address their emotional pain.

If you would like help dealing with self harm or would just like to talk, please contact me.

Depression

Depression

Depression is a serious but common condition. It often causes people to feel sad or empty for long, extended periods of time. It can also affect your thinking patterns and physical health if left untreated...

Bereavement and Grief

Bereavement & Grief

Bereavement refers specifically to the process of recovering from the death of a person you loved. Grief is a reaction to any loss. Both cover a range of feelings from deep sadness to anger and there is no right or wrong way to grieve...

Stress

Stress

Stress is defined as the body’s response to the demands of life, though stress also involves emotions and the mind. Some of the most frequent stressors in life include; losing a job, getting divorced or going through a break-up...