Vinita Latham MSc. Psychotherapy & Counselling. BA, MBACP(Reg).

Counselling online and in-person based in Bolton.

I am a professional, experienced psychotherapist offering short-term counselling and longer-term psychotherapy based in Bolton and within easy reach of Greater Manchester and Lancashire. Clicking on the images will give you information on how I work and what you might expect from therapy. If you would like to find out more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

 

About

About

Experiencing mental health problems can negatively affect all areas of life. I work with clients to find clarity and understanding and develop resilience to cope with challenging life experiences.

Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Mental Health and Wellbeing.

When we accept responsibility for our mental health, we free ourselves to believe we can take the next step.

How can therapy help?

How can therapy help?

Taking positive steps to help yourself can support you in feeling more in control and emotionally stronger.

Anxiety

Anxiety

Talking through your fears can help minimise them. Having an awareness of self-help tools can give back a sense of control.

Depression.

Depression.

Talking therapy has been shown to be as effective as antidepressants in helping to overcome bouts of depression.

Emotional Abusive Relationship

Emotional Abusive Relationship

It takes courage to confront the complexities of an emotionally abusive relationship. The first step is to acknowledge the abuse and that it’s not your fault.

Emotional Childhood Abuse

Emotional Childhood Abuse

Acknowledging a dysfunctional childhood helps you to find answers and move away from self-defeating behaviours and self-blame.

Autism Spectrum. Aspergers Syndrome.

Autism Spectrum. Aspergers Syndrome.

Sharing your experiences and emotional challenges can bring a sense of validation and affirmation.

Eating Disorders.

Eating Disorders.

An eating disorder can control and overshadow your life. Talking through your experiences gains insight into the origins that underlie the eating disorder which can encourage self-acceptance and help build self-esteem.

Men’s Mental Health

Men’s Mental Health

Talking about the things you’re struggling with can help you find a different perspective and begin to feel more in control of your life.

Menopause

Menopause

Sharing your concerns can give you time to reflect on current issues and space to explore unresolved past experiences.