What brings you to therapy right now?

Therapy can help, whatever you want to explore in therapy.  People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons. Maybe you  find yourself struggling with one aspect of your life in particular, or you might be looking for a greater sense meaning or purpose in your life in general.

Homa therapists offer one to one therapy in person and online. Some therapists also run groups and workshops on a variety of topics. Whatever you are looking for, therapy can help.

Whatever you are looking for, all of you is welcome, just as you are.

Below you will find some of the issues that people bring to therapy. This is not an exhaustive list. If you would like to find out more about Homa therapists, and their specific areas of interest, you can take a look their profiles here.

For a comprehensive list of all the life experiences, traumas and issues that therapy can help with, you can visit the BACP website.

Friendship therapy

Anxiety and worry are a normal reaction to stressful situations.

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Gender and sexual identity

Are you questioning your gender or sexual identity?

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For some women the menopause is a seamless transition from one stage of life to the next.

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Parenting is probably the most challenging job we do in our lives

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Professional and work life

Living and working under the pressure of a fast paced and success driven career

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Relationship with food

Does your relationship with food and eating feel fraught and confusing?

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Self esteem and confidence

When we struggle with self esteem or self-confidence it can often feel like we are ‘less than’ others

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Sex and sexuality

Talking about sex and sexuality can feel scary and embarrassing.

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Stress and overwhelm

Some level of stress can be a motivator, and it can even be essential to survival.

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Teenagers and young adults

It can be a challenging time to be a young person, dealing with issues

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Therapy can help

It can be easier to talk to someone who is not part of your life than to fiends or family.

A trained counsellor or psychotherapist will listen to you and guide you to find your own answers. Importantly a therapist will listen without judging you. 

During your therapy session there is time for you to express whatever you need to. Therefore you can talk, cry, express frustration, sadness, fear or take time to think. The time is yours and you and your therapist will work together so that you get what you came for.

Therapy is an opportunity to look at your struggles in a different way and to explore different perspectives.

Most Homa therapists prefer to see clients face-to-face, and equally most of them also offer appointments online or on the phone. You can find information about how each therapist works on their profile.

Although there are different types of talking therapy, the relationship with your therapist is generally more important than the approach they use.