One to one therapy is performed by drawing on theory from a variety of modalities from cognitive behavioural (dealing with thoughts, beliefs and behaviour) to psychodynamic (where there is an emphasis in viewing today's relationship difficulties in the context of primary relationships in the past). Existential psychotherapy focuses on existential concerns such as free will, responsibility, meaning, death and authenticity. It also emphasises the here-and-now relationship as a focus and vehicle for change in therapy.
We deal with issues such as adjustment problems (death, divorce or relationship break-ups for example), depression, anxiety disorders such social anxiety, PTSD, OCD and health anxiety to name but a few. Some therapy may be exploratory in nature, helping you makes sense of things a little better, bringing things that were troubling you but out of awareness, into consciousness so that you are better able to understand and counter them.