Flow Psychology

Adults

Why Therapy is Useful for Adults

Emotional distress can be caused by anything from work, to academia, to home life, to ill-health, and major life events. Psychological therapy helps address and work through the feeling of being stuck. Whenever there is a situation that seems impossible to handle or get out of, Therapy can guide you through that complexity and provide clarity. It can also help in dealing with chronic problems of everyday life as well as those acute and sudden life events that cause ‘breakdown’. 
It is vital not to assume that one’s problem is too small to seek help for, nor to assume that the problem is too large and therefore unmanageable. If you feel worried, hurt, insecure, or clouded, then it is reason enough to take the step towards seeking mental health support. Being open to reaching out and letting a trained professional help you is the first step towards self-healing.

Why Therapy is Useful for Adults

Emotional distress can be caused by anything from work, to academia, to home life, to ill-health, and major life events. Psychological therapy helps address and work through the feeling of being stuck. Whenever there is a situation that seems impossible to handle or get out of, Therapy can guide you through that complexity and provide clarity. It can also help in dealing with chronic problems of everyday life as well as those acute and sudden life events that cause ‘breakdown’.  It is vital not to assume that one’s problem is too small to seek help for, nor to assume that the problem is too large and therefore unmanageable. If you feel worried, hurt, insecure, or clouded, then it is reason enough to take the step towards seeking mental health support. Being open to reaching out and letting a trained professional help you is the first step towards self-healing.

Areas of Focus

The therapeutic process pays attention to the narrative of personal, familial, and sociocultural DNA and influences. By exploring and addressing these experiences, Therapy helps clients weave in their insights from the past or reframe those experiences towards manifesting a more congruent Present. A present that orients the Self towards authenticity, personal agency and connectedness.
  • Career Crisis
  • Fears & Phobias
  • Anxiety-related conditions
  • Work-Place related distress
  • Acute or Chronic Low Mood
  • Social Anxiety
  • Obsessive Compulsive behaviours
  • Significant life events & or life transitions
  • Substance Misuse (alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs)
  • Grief & Bereavement
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Emotional Dysregulation
  • Attention deficit & or Hyperactivity
  • Internet Addictions (gaming, social media, pornography)
  • Low Self-esteem
  • Sleep Dysfunctions
  • Perinatal difficulties
  • Gender & Sexuality Issues
  • Expatriate & Relocation Issues

 

Services Provided

  • In-Person Therapy
    Remote/Online Psychological Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Psychometric Assessment
  • Couples Consultation
  • Positive Visualization for Intention Building
  • Mental Health Mentoring
  • Facilitation of Mindfulness Practices

 

Flow Psychology is NOT a crisis/emergency service. As an independently functioning private practice, the clinic is not equipped to deliver In-person or Online intervention for self-harm and suicidal intent. If you feel at risk to yourself or others and require emergency support, please make prompt contact with your GP or phone a crisis helpline.

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