John Hartland MSc
If you are struggling with anxiety, relationship problems, depression, low self-esteem, addiction problems and more, then you will no doubt find psychotherapy and counselling very helpful.
It is very important that you feel safe and comfortable and that is why I offer a £20 first session (initial assessment) to start with, so you can see if I am the right person for you. If I think I am not the right person for you, I will point you in the right direction.
Being real and honest with someone in a trustworthy setting can be a great healer. My areas of expertise include recovery from addiction (drugs, alcohol, sex, gambling etc.) recovery from depression, anxiety, anger issues, childhood trauma, shame and much more. I ask you at the start what your goals are and we agree a plan going forward.
I am integrative in my approach, meaning I tailor the sessions towards you, drawing on many approaches for example Cognitive Behavioural Theory, Psychodynamic and much more.
Counselling Ethical Code
The Counselling Room
The above room is my usual counselling room, which I hire from a local church, but I am currently using a larger counselling room that is much easier to maintain social distancing rules.
If we meet in-person then the room is big, easy to keep over 2 Metres apart, ventilated, hand gel available and wiped down etc.