Independent Accredited Psychotherapist
MNCS, Hyp.Dip, Ad.Dip.CP
Approachable, Personal, Confidential
'Ancient Solutions, Modern Approaches'

Julie Morley Psychotherapy 

Subtitle

Family Therapy, Children's Therapy, Teenagers and Young People


FAMILY THERAPY 

From the break-up of parents or the introduction of a new step-family, to brothers and sisters that can’t stop fighting, family relationships can be tough. Through individual or group counselling, families can learn how to understand each other and moderate behaviour to get along.


CHILDREN'S THERAPY

Philip Boddey works with children in schools and privately.  He works in the Centre of Market Deeping on Tuesday afternoons and also in Stamford and Hitchin. Schools are normally accepting of child counselling appointments during school hours. He says, our childhood and teen years shape our approach to life and prospects for enjoying a happy adulthood. Challenging behaviour is often an early warning sign to the difficulties a child may be facing.  Early intervention will help them to tackle their underlying concerns and gain the understanding and self-belief they need to change their feelings and behaviour.


TEENAGERS

Young People are seeking support more than ever before thanks to the awareness raising in our society, in schools and on social media.  The attitudes towards mental health, emotional well-being and counselling has changed for the better meaning you have a much better chance of getting the support that you need at the time that you need it. 

There are specific issues which cause stress and anxiety for young people which are particular to this life stage and it is often not possible to discuss certain issues with your parents or other family members as there is often other conflicts going on, a generation gap and other people's perspectives distorting a conversation, even if the intentions are originally good.


Philip Boddey MBACP offers therapy to children, Teens and Families in this area and you can view his website by pressing the below link.