Psychotherapy is a form of talking therapy. It can involve creative means of expression, which are especially helpful with children and adolescents. It can help you to have a deeper understanding of your emotions by looking at your past and present, and help you to think about your future. It questions how your earlier experiences affected you in ways that might still be causing you issues now, inviting exploration of self through questions of identity and beliefs.

To find out more or book an appointment, contact Monica:

Wednesday and Thursday evenings

50 min session: £50
Reduced fees available to students or low-income clients

Monica Cabello has worked with people struggling with issues such as paranoia, compulsive behaviour, anxiety and depression, as well as people who have experienced violent relationships. She is currently undertaking a new 3 year training in the Open Dialogue approach, developed in Finland in the 1980s as a response to high levels of psychosis and suicide. It places an emphasis on working with families and social networks together with the individual who is experiencing mental health difficulties. Open Dialogue draws on a number of theoretical models, including systemic family therapy, dialogical theory and social constructionism.

Monica Cabello is registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. She completed an 8 year training at the Arbours Association, where she gained the valuable experience of working in therapeutic communities with people diagnosed with psychosis and personality disorders.