Welcome. Please help yourself, and look around while you are here.

It can be very difficult to make sense of counselling and psychotherapy, especially at stressful and emotional times.  My work has shown me;
  • that most of the things that distress us can be understood if we can find the right place and time to discuss them  
  • that even if you have suffered profound traumatic upsets, now or in the past, it is possible to improve the way you feel about them, and to improve the way you live
I hope you find the site informative.  There are blog posts, videos and lots of other information and links to help you work out what you want to do next.
If after visiting the site you would like to discuss things further, then please contact me to arrange a free telephone consultation.
I welcome your comments, feedback and ideas, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for visiting
Kind regards
Toby Ingham

Toby Ingham

UKCP registered psychotherapist, member of The Guild of Psychotherapists and The Association of Psychotherapists. Trained in NHS at St Barts’ Hospital, and Homerton Hospital in London, staff psychotherapist at Nightingale Hospital. Trained at Promis Addiction Centre and Age Concern.

18 years experience of working with people dealing with depression, low mood, anxiety states, trauma, bereavement and addictions.

Short and long term work available

Latest posts

Dealing With Rejection

Are you struggling with feelings of rejection? The fear of rejection is a basic human anxiety. How secure our relationships are, how we develop a sense of belonging, these experiences are fundamental to knowing how we fit into our families … Read More

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Peter Pan Syndrome

We all have to find a way to grow up.  People who have Peter Pan syndrome haven’t worked out how to.  Something in the process of the development of their personality and psychology has stalled or hasn’t been triggered, and … Read More

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Absent Father & Identity Issues

Near the end of Cormac McCarthy’s devastating novel, The Road (2006), the father and son duo who have traveled the post-apocalyptic landscape together, have to say goodbye to one another. The father is dying. The father tells the son ‘you … Read More

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Disorganised Attachment

The term disorganised attachment comes from Bowlby and Ainsworth’s work on attachment theory.  When we talk about attachment, we are referring to the affective bond, the quality of the emotional relationship that develops primarily out of a search for safety … Read More

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