PLEASE NOTE I am not able to take on new clients at the moment.

We can all, at points in our lives, feel beaten and overwhelmed by psychological issues.  Sometimes, these feelings can be short term; sometimes they can be with us over many years, so that it’s difficult to imagine feeling any differently. At these times, we may feel the need to turn to someone to help make sense of what is happening. Psychotherapy or counselling can help us to change what is challenging us, and move our lives forward again.

We may be experiencing anxiety, self-critical thinking, or difficulties in our relationships with partners, friends or family.  We may have suicidal thoughts, low self-esteem or a poor sense of self as a result of what has happened in our lives, or may be living with the long-term effects of trauma or abuse.  Or we may have difficulties with anger or be dealing with our problems through self-defeating behaviours.

Psychotherapy can help us address these problems at root, or give us ways of coping with them more effectively.  It can enable us to change and develop in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.

I offer individual psychotherapy, working with adults, and will work with you either in a shorter term, solution-focused manner – when addressing specific problems in the here-and-now – or longer term in a psychoanalytically-based model, when exploring deep-seated issues which require a longer term intervention.  I have particular experience in working with gender and sexual diversity clients

On this website you can find out more about how I work.  If you would like to get in touch for an initial conversation or to set up a no-commitment consultation, please call me on 07805 620166 or email me here.

About Keith

I am an experienced United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) accredited psychotherapist based in Norwich.  I trained at the University of Kent, and I work in private practice in Norwich city centre. I am an Advanced Accredited Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversities Therapist, and between 2014 and 2020 I was a member of the UKCP’s board of trustees.