Rapid therapy treatment for change that is quick and gentle

Fast & effective treatment

Do you struggle with trauma, addiction, panic attacks, phobias, or fear?   And are you looking for a treatment that is fast, gentle, and effective?  If you are, Grey Matters Therapy can help you achieve results easily and quickly.  

You may have tried other therapies, only to find it did not work.  The people I see find freedom by resolving problems that hold them back without months or even years of treatment.

With a busy practice in central London and Blackheath SE3 or online via Zoom, I offer therapy that offers lasting change quickly, typically in 1-3 sessions.

ADDICTION

Addictive substances or behaviour cause the brain to be flooded by the ‘reward’ neurotransmitter dopamine.  

Addiction can involve use of alcohol, inhalants, opioids, cocaine, nicotine, and others, or behaviours like gambling  or compulsive sex.

TRAUMA & PTSD

Trauma is caused as a person experiences a traumatic event (an accident, assault, disaster, or act of terror) or a prolonged series of traumatic events (ongoing psychological, physical, and/or sexual abuse as a child or adult).

 

PHOBIAS & FEARS

A phobia is an excessive and irrational fear where one experiences a deep sense of anxiety, panic or dread when encountering the source of the fear.   

 

PANIC ATTACKS

Fear is the root cause of anxiety and panic attacks. It is one of the most powerful emotions, with a powerful effect on mind and body. Fear triggers the sympathetic nervous system, which was designed to react to immediate danger and then switch off again. Chronic anxiety causes that switch to be permanently on, which can impact upon your health and mental wellbeing.

SLEEP ISSUES & INSOMNIA

Stress, anxiety, depression or trauma can cause sleep issues or insomnia.  

You may have formed the habit of negative thought processes leading to vicious cycles that create your own self-fulfilling prophecy of not being able to fall asleep.

DEPRESSION & DEPRESSIVE DISORDER

Depression is characterised by ‘going into yourself’, experiencing persistent sadness, hopelessness and a loss of interest in activities that you normally enjoy.  These feelings can persist for weeks, months or years and interfere with your work, social and family life.