Addiction is one of the most costly sources of misery in the daily life of many families. Simply put, addiction is a compulsive behaviour repeated over and over again that has negative and potentially devastating consequences. No problem generates more stubborn conflict and confusion in families, friendships and business relationships than the inability to say “no” to an addictive substance or process.
For some anxiety is grounded in the past. For others there may be changes in their present life they have no control over, leaving them feeling powerless. Or perhaps anxiety is troubling you but you don‘t know why? Working together we can normalise your responses to historically fearful situations, helping you regain your sense of ease in life.
Pain is how nature lets us know that something needs our attention. Emotional pain can appear in many forms: depression; anxiety; obsessive thoughts; guilt-ridden ruminations; self-esteem issues such as feelings of worthlessness, inadequacy, or shame; indecision and confusion; emptiness, lack of direction, futility; fear of aging and death; unbearable loneliness; work problems and relationship problems.
Are you struggling in your personal relationships? With a parent, sibling or a child? With a partner or a friend? With a work colleague? Is someone important to you causing you unhappiness? Relationships are one of the great sources of both happiness and unhappiness in our lives. Trying to understand the root of the misery we sometimes feel can be confusing. Often we are engaged in reciprocal roles with another which we can not see for ourselves. We may find