Client Quotes

“I wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for the work you did with me a couple of years ago (can’t believe it was that long!). I returned to work successfully that summer and haven’t looked back. EMDR was a life-changing process to go through and the benefits to me and my family have been extraordinary. Also v good training for living through a pandemic!”

“I cannot recommend EMDR therapy highly enough. I believe that I would have needed years of traditional talking therapy to get to the place where I am now, if indeed I would have got there at all. The EMDR therapy really helped me to face enduring trauma from my childhood and for the traumatic events to lose their power of distress over me. The therapy gave me powerful insights into what happened, which finally helped me to make sense of things as an adult and brought me peace about the past.”

“Respect. You are very good at EMDR wizardry and my public speaking fears are no more. Extraordinary!”

“Talking to friends is helpful but they tend to agree with you. Coming here and talking to you gives me a different perceptive that I hadn’t thought of.”

“We tried Relate and got nowhere. With your approach we now feel our relationship is so much stronger.”

“Out of everyone I’ve seen over the last 10 years to help me with my depression you have helped me the most.”

“Just to say a big thanks for your help today. I don’t know how things will pan out from here but right now I feel like one of those squashed flat cartoon characters that’s just crawled out from under a ton weight & is slowly filling out again!”

“Many years ago when people lived in villages and small communities they used to visit the wise man of the village when they had a problem. You are the modern day wise man of the village. I’ve really valued coming here and what we have discussed.”

“Thanks a bunch for all your endless patience and suggestions over the months and for helping me to get my life back.”

“As far as the process of counselling is concerned, it does not take the all too familiar attitude that it is sufficient for me to understand my background and, somehow, my condition will improve as a result of gaining this new insight. Instead, it is very practical and looks to find real solutions to my issues, not just dig up the past. I value this greatly because I remember telling a therapist years ago that I wanted answers, not yet more questions. I never feel I need to say that now.”