Often people need help because the demands of life are too great, and they try and avoid the stresses and strains in front of them. Other times it is because relationships may be failing without reason, or arguments are spoiling what should be a happy home. People also seek help with depression or anxiety, or when fear seeks to overwhelm and prevent them from enjoying the things they always used to.

Below is a list of the most common problems we work with at Cheshire Psychology. There are many other difficulties that can be experienced which are not on this list, so please do contact us to discuss in more detail, on 01829 781197, or by e-mail enquiries@cheshire-psychology.co.uk

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • physical health difficulties, such as coping with illness / pain
  • post traumatic stress
  • complex trauma (such as coping with historical abuse/neglect)
  • dissociation / Dissociative Identity Disorder
  • obsessive / compulsive thoughts and behaviour
  • developmental disorders, such as Autistic Spectrum / Asperger Syndrome
  • phobias
  • anger
  • social difficulties, loneliness
  • eating disorders, weight loss or gain
  • motivation
  • difficult behaviour
  • parenting support
  • learning difficulties