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Welcome To Evolve With Tina
Online Private Psychotherapy

If you are thinking about online private psychotherapy, there is a good chance that you, or someone you know, is struggling. I’m sorry to hear that. I’d like to reassure you that it won’t always be this way. I believe that we can all benefit from online, private psychotherapy at some point in our lives. It gives us the opportunity to take a step back from the busyness and examine what is really going on.

Do you struggle to juggle your career and your home life? Do the constant demands on your time and resources overwhelm you? Do you sometimes get paralysed by procrastination? Crushed by cognitive overload? Dizzy deliberating decisions? Are you wound up by worry?

Or perhaps Chronic Pain gets you down. IBS, RSI, TMJD, Migraine, or some other Stress Illness stops you doing the things you want to do. Causing guilt and frustration, inconsistency, and worry about letting colleagues, clients, or family down?

I can help you to take back control, banish burnout, and teach you how to live with ease so that you can be productive, proactive, and profitable again.

 

You have invested too much to let this slip. Let me share with you some simple strategies to deal with the demands and take control of your life and your future so that you, your business, and your family can benefit.

I’m here when you are ready.

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If you are unsure if the physical symptoms you experience can be helped by online private psychotherapy, take this quick quiz to find out:

   What Can We Help You With?   

Here at Evolve With Tina, we can help whether you are having difficulties with feeling anxious, stressed, worthless, under-pressure, unhappy, sad, burnt out, low, irritable, tense, nervous, or worried, or whether your confidence or self-esteem is low.

 

You might be dealing with chronic pain or illness, or a long-term health condition, or you may have been diagnosed with, or be worried that you might have:

  • Agoraphobia

  • Anxiety

  • Carpal Tunnel, Raynald's Disease, Repetitive Strain Injury

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME)

  • Chronic Pain

  • Fibromyalgia (FMS)

  • Generalised Anxiety

  • IBS, Colitis, GERD, Spastic Colon

  • Illness/Health Anxiety

  • Insomnia

  • Interstitial Cystitis, Pelvic Pain, Spastic Bladder

  • Migraine, Tension Headache

  • Panic 

  • Phobia

  • Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJD) 

  • Trauma

  • Trigeminal Neuralgia

  • Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

  • Tinnitus

Whatever the reason, if you would like to know more book in for a FREE 15-minute Zoom consultation.

How often will I need to have sessions?

People tend to benefit most when they have sessions weekly. However, in some cases, fortnightly, or even monthly, appointments, can be more useful.

How many sessions will I need?

As you would expect, everyone is different, but normally people have between four and twenty sessions with me. Though I have known people to have only one or two and feel much better. I can usually give you an idea how many you will need after your assessment.

What happens in an assessment?

Assessments for CBT take up to one hour. For stress illnesses and chronic pain (SI/CP) they can take up to two hours. Both involve a number of questions about your symptoms and how they affect different aspects of your daily life, the things that you have already tried to do to help, what you have found that works and what doesn't work. It is also good to have a clear idea what you would like to be different after therapy, as this is likely to be asked about too.

 

Within a SI/CP assessment there will also be questions about your physical health conditions, their development and any tests, investigations or surgeries you have had. 

What happens in a treatment session?

Sessions usually last up to one hour and are structured. They start by checking how you are feeling and reviewing the home-task that was set the previous session. Next, relevant skills and techniques are taught. Then new home tasks are agreed and both therapist and client reflect on how the session worked and the next session is booked.

Can I continue to take my medication?

If you have been prescribed medication by your GP or Psychiatrist it is advisable to continue and to speak to them about any changes that you wish to make. 

Online Private Psychotherapy FAQ

Lorna, 31

I found the CBT techniques very valuable and I discovered some very useful insights about myself. Thank-you so much Tina for your help. You have made such a difference to my everyday life.

Jasmine, 18

Tina was so friendly.

She made me feel comfortable and allowed me to go at my own pace. She was really patient with me.

Fern, 39

I always felt very comfortable and as if the treatment had been designed specifically for me. Thank-you Tina! I feel much happier now and confident in how to deal with anxiety.

Rachael, 41

This has really changed my life; my outlook, the way I process things and the way I think about myself. I am so much happier now. I have gone from rock bottom to loving myself again. Thank-you!

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Please note: Evolve Psychotherapy is unable to provide urgent or ‘crisis’ support.
If you need urgent help, please contact your GP for advice. If you don’t feel able to keep yourself safe right now, please seek immediate help by calling 999, or by attending your local A&E department.

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