Peter is a trained Psychodynamic Therapist and uses a short-term or long-term approach, depending on what’s more suitable for the patient. He provides a safe and confidential space for his clients to talk about any concerns or problems that they are experiencing. Peter likes to help by building a rapport and allows them the freedom to move at their own pace.
Peter’s aim is to identify both external and internal factors that have contributed to and/or are maintaining the problems the patient is experiencing. The aim of therapy would be to improve relationships, including the relationship with the self. He also explores any developmental issues that could be contributing to feeling stuck and that affect the quality of life. Peter would do this by looking at any early (and current) environmental and relationship conflicts that may be influencing feelings, perceptions, and self-image.