16 years and upwards


Older Adults



I work with

• Anxiety

• Abuse

• Bereavement

• Bullying     

• Career Issues

• Carer Support 

• Dementia   

• Depression

• Dissociation

• Divorce

• Identity Crises

• Loneliness 

• Low self confidence 

• Low self esteem

• Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

• Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 

• Pregnancy/Birth 

• Redundancy

• Relationship Issues

• Self Harm 

• Stress

• Trauma

• Work Related Stress

I am especially interested in working with clients who are experiencing existential issues and feel “lost” in who they are and where they are going.

Walking & Talking

Depression and anxiety can often narrow our world as we internalise our feelings. Getting outside into the natural world can help us to see things from a different perspective. Walking increases blood flow to the brain and helps to release hormones that trigger a positive feeling in the body, thereby reducing stress and helping us to focus and tackle underlying issues. Often clients prefer Walk & Talk sessions rather than being in the therapy room or there can also be a mix of the two. If you feel you might prefer this then together we can discuss the best way to approach the process.

The Power of Writing

Writing is often seen as an integral part of therapy. Having been a features writer I am able to offer Writing Therapy to clients who may find it difficult to verbalise how they feel. Putting feelings down on paper, in whatever form you want, can help to externalise an issue, taking the power out of it allowing both client and therapist to explore problems perhaps more tentatively.

How Long Will it Take

I believe there is no one size fits all in therapy. Some clients prefer to work towards their own ending at a pace that suits them. Others may prefer more short term, solution focused work. I believe any therapy should be collaborative and together we can discuss how to approach the work.

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Tel: 07803 083 453

Liane Oldham