Natalie YeongPsychoanalytic psychotherapist
People face many issues which can start to affect everyday life. These may be relationship issues at work or in your personal life bringing feelings of sadness, anxiety or panic attacks; mood swings or depression. Perhaps you are struggling to find a sense of self, identity or meaning and happiness in life. This can feel overwhelming and become hard to get on top of.
Psychotherapy offers the space to gain a better understanding of what may be causing these problems, empowering you to start disentangling old patterns and ways of thinking. Working together I can help you gain greater insight into the difficulties you are facing.
Together, we may look at unhealthy patterns and dynamics that you have become aware of or that you are now feel are limiting you, or making you feel unhappy, lost, anxious or depressed. This may help you understand why you act or react the way you do, freeing you to see how you can choose to start to making better choices moving forward.
I provide a safe, warm and non-judgmental space to reflect in confidence. Together, we can explore what you feel you are experiencing and gradually, where the difficult feelings may be stemming from. In time, this may lead to fresh perspectives and a greater sense and understanding of yourself.
OnlineI also provide my services online.
Issues often worked with
Psychotherapy sessions for individuals last 50 minutes, usually taking place on a weekly or twice weekly basis, the cost is £50-70 per session.
Our initial assessment appointment is an opportunity to meet and see if we would like to work together and costs £50.
Please note that if you want to cancel an appointment I require 48 hours’ notice; otherwise you will still need to pay for any sessions missed.
I accept payment in cash or bank transfer.
* I have some Saturday availability
Training and qualifications
I originate from an arts background and now work with diverse people from all walks of life as a fully qualified psychoanalytic psychotherapist.
I am accredited by FiP and and member of UKCP, CPJA, and I abide by their code of ethics.