Are you struggling with big emotions? Fear, pain, or maybe you feel empty, numb and unable to get going? Do you feel trapped by your relationships, circumstances or suffer with a lack of confidence to make a change? You may be grieving the loss of an important person in your life. Throughout our lives we have many ups and downs, losses and big changes. Sometimes we can feel alone in our problems. You might feel unable to share some of the thoughts and feelings that you’re having with others due to feeling that you may be criticised, ridiculed or misunderstood. Depression can make us feel disconnected from others and alone in life.
IPT is an effective evidence based therapy focusing on the interplay between Depression and Relationships. It considers your communication with others and how that maybe affecting your relationships. We might look at relationship patterns through out your life and help you gain awareness and understanding of how these play a part in your mental wellbeing.
I will ensure you have a safe and confidential environment to talk openly in. My skills lie in helping you understand your problems through identifying how they play out in your social world and close relationships. I also aim to help you gain confidence and challenge yourself to make any changes or help with any feelings of being stuck in depressive cycles.
Call or Email Emma Spencer - Interpersonal Therapist for a free 15 minute consultation now - 0115 647 7236
- Years in Practice: 14 Years
- Certificate: Nottingham University / Psychological Therapies
- Training: Registered Mental Health Nurse / 2008
Im accredited Interpersonal Psychotherapy Practitioner and Supervisor having worked in the NHS since 2005 in various Mental Health roles.
- Certificate: Nottingham University / Graduate Certificate Psychological Therapies / 2009
- Membership: IPTUK / Practitioner and Supervisor
- Relationship Issues
- Life Transitions
- Family Conflict
- Marital and Premarital
- Peer Relationships
- Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
- Self Esteem
- Suicidal Ideation
- Women's Issues
- Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy
- Emotionally Focused
- Family / Marital
- Family Systems
Emma Spencer - Interpersonal Therapist