What we treat.

Strawberry Fields Therapy provides interventions for a wide variety of mental health conditions and difficulties including stress, anxiety, depression and trauma, all of which can have a hugely debilitating effect on our lives and the lives of people around us.

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Individual therapy

Our established network of leading clinicians are here to provide support, and to ensure you receive the most effective and efficient recovery possible for you.

The below list offers further information and guidance about some of the presentations that we work with at Strawberry Fields Therapy. Please contact us if you would like to enquire about support for your individual needs. We’re here to help.

Adjustment disorder

it is a condition some people may experience in the months following a stressful event or life change: moving home, divorce, the loss of a loved one, retirement, losing a job, serious illness, the birth of a child…


Therapy can help you reduce: worry; fearing the worst; feeling out of control; self-consciousness in meetings; racing thoughts; difficulty sleeping etc.

Childhood abuse and trauma

Childhood trauma in adults can impact experiences and relationships with others due to experienced feelings of shame and guilt. Childhood trauma in adults also results in feeling disconnected, and being unable to relate to others.


Therapy can help you achieve greater stability in your mood. It can help you manage feeling sad or empty; hopelessness; lack of motivation; isolation; poor concentration; sleep changes etc.

Low self-esteem

You may feel helpless and in need of others to provide guidance. This can lead to a lack of assertiveness skills and dismissing your own strengths, lack of trust in self, and excessive reliance on others. When you don’t feel solid within, you can easily feel anxious and unsure. Therapy can help you improve self-esteem and learn to trust yourself.

Grief and bereavement

Grief is a natural emotional reaction to significant losses in life. Grief can cause people to feel overwhelmed by difficult emotions like sadness and longing. Although uncomfortable, grief is healthy and does not indicate that someone has a mental health disorder like depression.

Post-Traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in individuals who have witnessed or experienced a traumatic event. We can use EMDR to reprocess the traumatic memories.

Relationship issues

Therapy can help you develop more meaningful connections and navigate: feeling insecure; loneliness; difficulties expressing your emotions; break-ups; trust issues; feeling you don’t ‘fit in’ etc. working to develop a secure attachment style, and creating a better relationship with yourself as first step.

Specific Phobias

A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder characterized by an uncontrollable, irrational, and lasting fear of a certain object or situation. When people have a phobia, they are likely to experience a deep sense of dread. This feeling can be so overwhelming that a person may go to great lengths to avoid the source of the fear.


It can be broadly defined as the negative reaction people have to aspects of their environment as they perceive it. Stress is therefore a response to a stimulus and involves a sense of an inability to cope. In therapy you can learn better ways to reduce your stress level, set healthy boundaries and attend to your wellbeing.

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