Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice, Central London, quoted in October edition of Psychologies Magazine.

Psychotherapy in Psychologies…

The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice, based in Harley Street, Central London was, this month, quoted in Psychologies Magazine.  The best selling international magazine featured an article about ageing and how, with each new decade we can chose to embrace the future, and new opportunities, rather than focus on the loss involved in ageing.

Rebecca Barrie, psychotherapist at The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice…

… told the magazine that the concerns of women approaching their forties tend to polarise “I see those who have consolidated all the hard work they put in during their twenties and reaped the rewards of career, relationship, home and family but are having doubts, or feeling overwhelmed with juggling all these things. At the other end of the scale are those who have not achieved what they – or society – had in mind as they approach 40, and whose perceived failure is leading to insecurity and even depression. The thirties are also the decade when the first physical signs of ageing appear. At this stage women tend to view this as a loss of their fertile, attractive years, rather than as a sign of impending mortality. Most 30 something women are acutely aware that their fertility declines sharply after this decade, whether they already are parents or would like to be. Even resolutely child-free women can’t ignore their body clock, often because of outside comments.”

The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice…

… works with women of all ages and with a wide variety of emotional and psychological difficulties. The Central London psychotherapy practice is on Harley Street.

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