Bring about something new, something better.

Why therapy?

It’s not always easy to ask for help. We are often taught to think that we should be able to ‘fix’ things by ourselves but most often, asking for help when we need it is much more effective when we want or need something to change, or to be different.

As an integrative therapist, I work flexibly rather than adopting a ‘one size fits all’ approach. For example, a corporate executive seeking help in managing a work conflict or working relationship may need and be looking for therapy that is very different from someone who comes to therapy for help with PTSD. It is also possible these two clients may have similar needs. Having experience working with clients from a wide spectrum, I focus on working with you on what it is that you want to get out of therapy and working in a way that will be most effective in achieving your aims.

For more in-depth information on the way I work, please see my ‘psychotherapy’ page here.

Amanda Greenlees

Integrative Psychotherapist

About Me

I am a highly qualified psychotherapist with extensive experience working with a diverse range of clients. Before moving to private practise I worked in the NHS, for mental health charities and as a therapist for EAPs (Employee Assistance Programmes) , as well as at a specialist bereavement service.

What is Integrative Psychotherapy?

Integrative psychotherapy blends elements of various psychotherapeutic schools of thought to provide effective therapy that is tailored to meet your needs and individual circumstances.

How can I help?

I have worked with clients on a broad range of issues and offer both short and long-term therapy, depending on what you are looking to get out of therapy. Below is not an exhaustive list but is an example of some of the issues that people seek help with.





Eating disorders, body dysmorphia

Low self-esteem or self-confidence

Self-harming behaviours



Affairs and betrayal

Family issues

Relationship difficulties


Childhood and complex trauma


Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFT)

Panic attacks




Anxiety and stress

Finding meaning and direction

Workplace stress

Get started today. Contact me.