top of page

Clinical Psychotherapy

Our lives are a constant set of transitions and moving situations.

  • How do we manage this?

  • How do we respond?

  •  How do we thrive?

  • How do we win?

Our life development sessions are designed specifically for you. We

look at your physical, mental and emotional well being using current

neuroscience techniques of neuroplasticity to move you forward

and put you at the top end of your game.

Gaylin uses autogenic therapy, life course perspective and memory reconsolidation as her core models for therapeutic practice. Therapy is constructed around the individual, based on their responses, personality and lifestyle. To help determine what is best suited for specific clients Gaylin also uses Psychometric testing.


Asking for help can be tough. That’s hard to accept if we’ve been taught from early inlife that we need to be independent, strong and self-sufficient. Yet there are times when life can seem overwhelming. Events or life situations may leave us feeling confused, troubled, depressed and unsure of how to make things better. It might be work situations, family, school issues or a host of other common life situations. At such times most of us usually see two options. One is to tough it out, doing what we can while ignoring the rest and hoping things turn out okay. This approach, even if we finally muddle through, can cause tremendous amounts of stress and anxiety, and sometimes leads to much bigger and more serious problems. The second option is turning to family or friends. That’s not a bad thing if those we trust with our fears and problems truly are understanding and able to offer meaningful support and help. But sometimes family or friends are not available, or don’t have the experience or the time to provide needed assistance. That’s when it’s time to consider a third option - professional help

relationship dig-03.png


bottom of page