Jonathan Lane Hooker - UK Trained Psychotherapist

Counsellor, coach and guide. Specialising in cultural adaption, life transitions, anger, loneliness, panic, anxiety, confidence issues and making sense of life and relationships. Taking personal responsibility and making life choices.

A therapist is not someone who takes decisions for you, but is someone who aims to help you gain the clarity you need, so that you can make good decisions for yourself.

The single most important element of choosing a therapist is to find someone with whom you feel completely comfortable. Use your intuition and gut-feel with this, and you will choose the right person. If you are not sure, then discuss it with a friend you know and can really trust, and listen to what you are saying to them about the people you have seen. 

We can feel we are odd or different from others and suffer in silence, but all families are different and it is helpful to understand how we have been conditioned by ours to understand how we view the world, which in turn affects our relationships with others and how we see ourselves. Sometimes we decide to change that.

My work is about change, so involves listening to people to understand where they are and where they want to be and then supporting them to make that journey. Often that is about clarifying what they are responsible for, what others have responsibility for and what is external circumstance. 

For me this is about making sense of life. Life is an adventure and should be fun, so if it is not, then it is important to ask for the help required to change that.

Call 639 579 646 for a free 20 minute trial appointment.

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