Sea Psychotherapy... 

...offers psychodynamic psychotherapy to young people aged 5 - 25 who are experiencing difficulties affecting their emotional and/or psychological well-being. This can manifest in a number of ways, some of which are identified below.

Psychotherapy and consultation is also available to adults, parents and families.Psychotherapy is not about giving advice, providing solutions or 'fixing' behaviours although it does bring about positive change. Sea Psychotherapy provides a space to reflect upon, come to terms with and manage difficult or traumatic life experiences and transitions with highly specialist support.



Anxiety                      Low mood                Anger
                       Loss       
                                                           Hopelessness 

                   
Sexuality      Aggression      
              
            Panic    
Sleep disturbances    Gender identity

     Sexuality
                                              Relationship breakdown
      Transition                        
                              Depression                   Obsessions

Compulsions                 Lies        Stealing

     Disordered eating       Suicidal thoughts      ASD    

                                      Cutting
  Sexual abuse                         Post traumatic stress

                    Domestic violence      

    Bereavement                   Low self esteem

                            Alcohol & drugs
          
Risk taking        Violence   Stress

 
Rejection           Social withdrawal    
   
                                                            Self harm
    Sexual behaviour       ADHD
 
School refusal      Physical symptoms       Low achievement 


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