Some of the issues I work:

Everybody at some point will experience ups and downs in relationships. If you are unhappy or you feel at impasse, or what ever is causing you disturbance, it is important to know you can get help and support.
Alcohol and or drug dependence, describes the repeated use of alcohol or subtance misuse. It is a progressive illness, where sufferers are unable to control their compulsion to drink and or take drugs.
Sexual problems can occur for a number of reasons. Often they are linked to emotional difficulties and other challenges in life. For example, when you are feeling stressed or anxious, you're being sexual or intimate can be difficult. However some sexual difficulties can be the manifestation of more complex psychological and emotional unrest.
Dissociation is a defense against severe trauma. For example when faced with overwhelming physical, psychological or sexual abuse, a person may dissociate from full awareness of the trauma they are experiencing. Dissociation may become a defence mechanism that persists from childhood into adulthood and can result in Dissociative identification disorder.
In contemporary multicultural society race and cultural phenomena are important. Including accepting and accommodating difference such as color, nationality, citizenship and ethnicity.
Racial discrimination or curtural marginalisation can be direct or indirect. The discrimination maybe experienced in the workplace, socially, interpersonally and in family, leaving the person feeling harassed, victimised and isolated.
If you have experienced the death or loss of someone who was very important to you, you might be finding it very difficult to adjust to the immense changes happening in your life. Having a space to be supported during this particurlally difficult time can be helpful and reparative.
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out daily tasks. Symptoms of bipolar disorder can be severe. They are different from the normal ups and downs that everyone goes through from time to time. Bipolar disorder symptoms can result in damaged relationships, poor job or school performance, and even suicide. But bipolar disorder can be treated, and people with this illness can lead full and productive lives.
Western culture has come to view gender as a binary concept, with two rigidly fixed options: male or female, both grounded in a person’s physical anatomy. But even if gender is to be restricted to basic biology, a binary concept still fails to capture the rich variation that exists. For those looking to question and explore their sexual identity, a safe and non judgemental space is required.
Work related stress is a growing problem in Britain. Increasing numbers of people report feeling undervalued, overworked and underpaid. This feelings can lead to further complications with physical and mental health. Anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and even suicidal thoughts can all be triggered by work related stress.
Often, anger problems are due to unacknowledged and underdeveloped management of our emotions. Anger, like all emotions, involves physiological and chemical changes in the body. This affecting heart rate and adrenaline levels. For some people these surges can become sabotaging and destructive. There is a fine line between acknowledging anger and venting it uncontrollably.
Trauma refers to the body and/or mind being overwhelmed by a traumatic event or events. Psychological trauma leads the sufferer to question their beliefs of safety and security whilst eroding their assumptions of trust. If you have experienced trauma, you may feel socially disconnected and numb, leading to feelings of isolation. On top of this, you may find yourself feeling more afraid and vulnerable than before the event.
It is understandable for people to feel distressed and upset after a traumatic event. For many, these feelings gradually subside and they are able to carry on with their lives as normal. For some people however, distress and anxiety following trauma, may be ongoing.