Sometimes life challenges require careful reflection.  Difficult experiences, tensions in relationships or the impact of trauma can throw us off-balance.  Psychotherapy offers the opportunity to start to regain equilibrium – to consider changed priorities and then bringing those into day-to-day living.

Lynn Greenwood works with adults and adolescents who want to gain insight into their behavioural and emotional patterns and responses so that they can make changes in their lives.

Some enter psychotherapy to seek greater personal and professional fulfilment.  Others find themselves trapped in destructive patterns in relationships, including their relationship with themselves.  A few may be undertaking psychotherapy training, which itself demands a commitment to intensive personal psychological work.  The common thread is a desire to gain a deeper understanding of their feelings and reactions to people and situations so that they can make different choices and lead the richest possible life.

Lynn is a UKCP registered psychotherapist and has substantial experience of complex difficulties, such as eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia and over-and binge eating), DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), personality disorders and self-harm.  She also provides supervision to psychotherapists and counsellors – qualified or in training, individually or in groups – and has taught and written on a variety of issues.

In addition, since 2003, she has worked as a consultant psychotherapist to the television industry, providing psychological assessments, contributor aftercare and on-going advice, support, training and project management.