For Women
'You don't have to have a mental health problem to benefit from personal therapy'

Julie Morley
Personal Psychotherapist
Market Deeping, Peterborough
Tel: 01778 349620
Mob: 07902 583487

Personal Psychotherapy & Stress Consultancy


Integrative Psychotherapy

The integrative model of psychotherapy I am trained in means that I am not restricted to one style of therapy but draw upon a blend of the most recognised and accepted therapy styles,techniques and interventions. Further to this, I have continued to add to my core training with further qualifications and studies in specialised orientations and particular issues. If you would like to read what The Counselling Society says about Integrative Therapy then click here >
Psychotherapy Peterborough

Psychodynamic Therapy

Seeks to discover how unconscious thoughts affect current behaviour and these are usually formed in childhood.
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Psychological Parts Therapy

Parts Psychology is based on the idea that the normal personality is made up of parts or sub-personalities.
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Jungian Analytical 

This psychoanalytical approach aims to bring into balance the parts of a person's psyche which are conscious and unconscious. Read more >
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Intra-Personal Therapy

Intra-personal therapy is about developing an authentic relationship with oneself, as we are generally so much more than the sum of our parts. Read more>
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Relationship Therapy

Our relationships play a large part in our sense of well-being and it is important to get these as healthy as possible. Read more >
Couples Counselling

Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt therapy is a here and now type of approach that focus's on a person's current experience and and the therapeutic relationship as well as the environmental and social contexts of a person's life, and the self-regulating adjustments people make.
Relationship Therapy

Transactional Analysis (TA)

If you are struggling with how other people in your life are making you feel then therapy around relationships and your functioning in them and how others affect you can help make necessary changes to your stress levels.
Anxiety and Depression

Existential Therapy

Existential Therapy is a philosophical type of therapy based on the idea that much of human anxiety and distress is based on our inability to accept our mortality.
Personal Therapy

Person Centered

This style is based on the idea that each person has within them the skill to heal in their own way and so allows the person to lead in their own therapy.
Hypnotherapy and Anxiety


Hypnotherapy is a well accepted technique where trance is used to envoke positive personal change.

Personal Therapy

Transpersonal Therapy

Transpersonal therapy is a type of therapy that doesn't focus on a person's body and mind, but on the health of a person's spirit. This type of therapy puts an emphasis on a person's spiritual path or spiritual enlightenment during his life. The word “transpersonal” loosely translates to beyond the self and so beyond the physical realm.  It is a type of therapy that focus's on the health of a person’s spirit.
Anxiety and Relationships


Psychosynthesis works to uncover a person's inner wisdom, focusing on the exploration of feelings, thoughts, sensations and spirit in order to uncover any internal conflicts and blocks. Psychosynthesis aims to discover a higher, spiritual level of consciousness.
Relationship Therapy

Mindfulness-based CBT

Mindfulness based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy joins up your thinking, feelings, behaviours and focus's the changes you need to make to cope with life and life's difficulties and challenges. 
Couples Counselling

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a specially design therapy that is particularly suitable to support particular conditions such as personality disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, self-injury, sexual abuse survivors and brain injury.  It aims to help those who experience intense emotions that they find difficult to stabilize and works to help a person achieve balance.
Psychodynamic Therapy

Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy

REBT aims to address irrational thoughts, assumptions and beliefs that are leading to ways of living that might be causing issues in a persons life.

This approach is often seen as a deeper level of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

Evolutionary-based  Psychotherapy

This approach incorporates evolutionary explanations and guidance for psychological, emotional, inter-personal and behavioral issues and tendencies.

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

EFT is based on the Chinese Meridian Energy systems in the body, much the same as acupuncture and this psychotherapy technique focuses on healing the body and mind at the same time with the aim to balance energies leading to physical and psychological and emotional healing. 
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Psychotherapy around nutrition with me supports a person to alter attitudes around food and eating. With the nutritional qualification I have, this enables me to include science to re-enforce my therapeutic stance rather than the popular dietary ideas which often do not address the deeper issues.

Journal Therapy

Many people benefit from writing things down in various forms and journal writing is a particular way of writing which is done in a way that enables a person to express feelings in a non-threatening place to work out relationships, a path to self-awareness and knowledge and journalling can help in decision making, creative problem solving and is a healthy place to release feelings.

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Reflexology is massage and manipulation of trigger points in the feet to stimulate healing in the body.
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I sometimes use the ideas from Eco-Therapy style to inform some of my Psychotherapy and at times myself and clients have taken sessions outdoors or taken part in community activities.


Inter-personal therapy is about how we communicate with other people.  Therapy around this aims to give you skills and techniques to improve relationships with people in your life.

Psycho-sexual Therapy 
with Nikki Bruce

Despite being very common, sexual problems are often difficult to talk about. They can cause feelings of embarrassment or shame which themselves impact on self-esteem and relationships. 

Family Therapy
with Philip Boddey

From the break-up of a parents' relationship 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. Read More >

Complementary Therapies 
with Rachel Bloom

Complementary Therapies are often used to help support mental health symptoms like anxiety, depression, sleep problems, IBS, skin conditions, muscle tension and general feelings of stress.