On Therapy With Alison

Therapy with me is a safe place to say what you don’t get to say anywhere else.

This means it can feel really challenging at times. I work best with people who really want to look at themselves and their patterns.

Typical reasons why people contact me include: relationship problems and decisions, anxiety and stress, depression, and existential questions about meaning and purpose.

I am supportive, fierce, present and intuitive.

The frequency and length of our work depends entirely on what you need. I am happy to work with you long term and I am also always looking for ways to help you get what you want in the shortest amount of time.

About half my practice is short term clients and half is long term. One of my key strengths is listening very deeply and intuitively to exactly what you need right now. As needed I make a lot of referrals to other modalities that complement or replace the work I do.

Healing is a natural journey and as such progresses in cycles and I try to be present to those cycles in you and in our work so that you get what you need.

My training is psychoanalytically based. I describe my work as relational and energetic. On request I offer spiritual and energetic healing in combination with traditional psychotherapy.

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“When someone responds to your

self from theirs it takes both of you somewhere new”

Alison Crosthwait

 
 

On this page I have collected articles from my blog that share some of how I think about therapy, emotions, and the process of change.

Whether you are considering starting therapy and have questions or are looking to deepen your understanding of how anxiety, pain and our emotions play a role in our well being, the articles below are a starting point.

If you are interested in talking with me about working together there are more details on this page. On this page you can book a half hour consult with me. There is no charge for this and no obligation either. I don't sell psychotherapy - it has to be right for you and both of us have to feel that you and I are a fit. Usually our calls are insightful whether or not we choose to work together.

And don’t hesitate to email me with questions.

Learn more about my psychotherapy practice and how to book an appointment HERE