1. Agreement > 2. Therapy > 3. Autonomy



The form which helps us assess your situation before therapy begins and which also gives a brief overview of the shared agreement which will be discussed during our first session together


We typically adopt an existentialist approach to therapy, although adapting to your needs is our main focus and we therefore utilise numerous ideas and principles in the hope that they contribute to progress


“Respect for the client’s right to be self-governing” is mentioned in the BACP’s Ethical Framework. We think this is crucial, but autonomy – in a wider sense – also reflects our end goal (echoing Erikson and Corey) in helping clients pull away from shame and deter dependence; finding their strength in other words