At different points in our lives, we may struggle with the feeling that our life has lost its sense of purpose or direction. Our relationships can feel fragile and we may begin to lose sense of who we are. These experiences of aimlessness may lead to feelings of depression, anxiety or confusion.
Sometimes this lack of meaning arises after a sudden change in our circumstances such as the loss of a job, ruptures within our relationships, or a bereavement. At other times, we may feel that over time our lives have drifted further and further away from what we’d hoped for ourselves.
At times like these, speaking with a therapist can help.
I am a registered psychotherapist offering individual, relationship, and group therapy both online and in person. I draw from a wide range of modalities including humanistic, existential and attachment-based approaches to create bespoke approaches for each and every client I work with, ensuring that our work is suited to your goals for therapy and your views of the world. My work as a therapist is strongly informed by my training in queer, trans, and postmodern theories – meaning that I recognise the impact of power and systems of oppression in our day-to-day lives and actively work with clients to imagine new possibilities for ways of being.