It can be difficult sometimes to think that we need someone’s help or even to believe that we can be helped. Often we can be coping in ways which are themselves potentially harmful, like depending on alcohol or using other drugs.

It might be helpful to come and talk to one of our therapists if:

  • You find that you are having trouble coping with everyday life or are unable to concentrate
  • You feel anxious much of the time, and have low self-esteem and self confidence
  • You are having difficulty managing feelings like anger, shame, and guilt
  • You are becoming isolated from friends and family or having difficulty in trusting others
  • You are self-harming
  • You are having difficulties with food
  • You are finding it difficult to make or to sustain relationships and find yourself in unsatisfying or destructive relationships
  • You are unable to cope with or recover from stressful situations