there is always hope

Everyday situations - such as home, work and study pressures, relationship conflict, low self-confidence and fear, the demands of raising a family, illness, loss and grief - can build up and start to affect you and the people around you.

When this happens, you may need a chance to talk through your feelings, reconsider the ways in which you think about things, and perhaps think about making changes in your life.

There is always hope, even when you are so stressed that you doubt you will ever be happy again. The important thing to remember is that you are not the problem: the problem is the problem. With help, you can overcome the problem and start to live your life in a way that is satisfying and fulfilling for you.


assistance with

  • stress and burnout
  • anxiety and panic attacks
  • obsessive behaviour
  • phobias
  • sleep problems

  • depression
  • bereavement, loss and grief

  • the effects of trauma

  • relationships
  • adjustment difficulties

  • decision making
  • goal setting
  • life stage transition