Counselling Horsham
Counselling Horsham
West Sussex Psychotherapy and Counselling
West Sussex Psychotherapy and Counselling

Where to find me:

Debbie Moore

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy & Counselling

35 Millfield

Southwater

Nr Horsham

West Sussex

RH13 9HT


Phone 07526 388631

Email debbiemoore35@hotmail.co.uk

Appointment times

These vary depending upon the day. As well as offering appointments during normal working hours, I also offer evening and early morning sessions to accommodate people's work or childcare commitments. 

Please contact me to discuss availability.

Wheelchair Access available

Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it - Helen Keller

Welcome to my website

I am a psychoanalytic psychotherapist based just outside of Horsham in West Sussex. I am fully qualified with the Guild of Psychotherapists and a member of Psychotherapy Sussex and have practised for over 15 years as a psychotherapist, psychoanalyst and counsellor. I have a wide range of experience working with people, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation, facing a diverse range of difficulties in their lives.

 

      These can include :

                - depression                                             - anxiety

                - panic attacks                                         - addictions (including alcoholism)

                - bereavement                                        - low self-esteem or confidence

                - relationship problems                         - sexual/sexuality difficulties

                - abuse                                                      - adoption

                - trauma                                                   - physical illnesses and symptoms

                - spirituality                                             - obsessive compulsive disorder

                - loss                                                         - stress

                - mental health issues                           - suicidal thoughts

                - compulsive, repetitive, ritualistic thoughts or behaviour

                                                                                

Further information on the difference between psychoanalytic psychotherapy and counselling and how they can help, can be found throughout the website but briefly, psychoanalytic psychotherapy involves the gentle exploration of the meanings beneath our experiences. These are often unconscious but can have a great impact upon our thoughts, emotions and way of being and can cause much distress and impede our progress through life. By working together analytically, the therapy can provide an understanding of one’s emotions and reactions and assist in working through both the surface and underlying difficulties.

Counselling is often more focussed on particular issues or difficulties. For some people, once they have a reached a resolution of whatever difficulty has brought them to seek the services of a psychotherapist or counsellor, they then may decide to finish their therapy at the that point. Others may wish to continue working with the therapist to understand and learn about themselves further.

My practice being just outside of Horsham can easily be reached from most surrounding towns and villages. My consulting room is on ground floor level and offers full disabled access if this is required. There is plenty of parking in the street.            

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