Dolores Sheridan











Why people come to therapy

Clients may have encountered a major crisis or trauma. They gain insights in therapy that show them how to get their lives back on track.

Some people have limiting beliefs that sabotage them, or destructive patterns which they repeat. Some need to identify feelings and ways of thinking, face fears and see problems in a different light,

Others may attract abusive partners and get stuck in destructive relationships. They often play into the abuser's hands by keeping the secret.
Some clients come to therapy because they are interested in self-development.

The world is changing and is increasingly chaotic. The familiar is crumbling. Fear and greed, instant gratification, bullying and hatred seem to have taken over. Respect is no longer earned, but demanded with a knife or a gun.











"We must evolve if we are to surviveā€œ. Peter Russell