The decision to come for therapy can be a daunting one at first. People choose to come to therapy for various reasons. Here are some things that you may be experiencing, that may lead you to consider therapy:

  • You feel a prolonged and overwhelming sense of sadness and helplessness.
  • You are struggling to get things done, finding yourself unable to concentrate or function as you used to.
  • You experience an excessive amount of worry and anxiety, and find it difficult to see how things could get better.
  • Your actions toward others and/or yourself become harmful, and you experience a high degree of conflict and discontent in your relationships both personally and professionally.
  • You find that you cannot manage your emotional difficulties without harmful ways of coping, such as the use of substances and alcohol, gambling, and reckless use of money and assets.
  • You struggle to find a way of life that leads to relationships, work, and social involvement that provide you with a sense of purpose and growth.


The first and often most difficult step is to make an appointment.
Once confirmed, your therapist will contact you to confirm your appointment time and location. You will also be required to fill out the information and consent forms prior to your appointment. You can download the document by clicking on the button below:
The first session often takes on the form of a needs assessment. Your therapist will help you determine your specific needs and make a recommendation regarding the mode and frequency of therapy that you may require.
Follow-up sessions, if needed, will be booked directly with your therapist.