Psychotherapy, Counselling and Supervision in Cambridge


Home. Henry in VirginianSometimes, deciding to go to a therapist or counsellor can be a difficult step. Some people feel a sense of failure if they haven’t been able to sort out their problems by themselves. Others may find the idea of therapy daunting.

Psychotherapy, or seeing a counsellor, is about helping people to understand and move forward from those problems with the help of a compassionate, trained professional.

You may suffer from:
  • Feelings of stress and anxiety
  • A lack of confidence or self-esteem
  • Feelings of depression, emptiness, loss of sense of self
  • Difficulties with starting, sustaining or ending relationships
  • Work-related problems
  • Bereavement and major life changes
  • Eating disorders
  • Family worries, conflicts and crises
  • Sexual dysfunction and sexual identity problems for all sexual orientations
  • Anger issues
  • Recovery from trauma and abuse
  • Feeling that life has no meaning
  • Phobias and panic attacks
  • Addiction, including drug abuse
  • Compulsive or destructive behaviours


In addition, I specialise in treating problems of addiction, for example alcohol or drug abuse and dependence, or compulsive or destructive behaviours.


I also offer sessions for individuals and couples, in the Cambridge area, who wish to explore or resolve areas in their relationship or work towards separating constructively.

Henry is BUPA Recognised

"I may not be able to relieve you of your suffering, but I could help you to develop the capicity to bear it." (Freud)

For a free, initial, telephone consultation and to find out more, call Henry Adeane on 07836 509636

Henry Adeane is a Member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). He is bound by its Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy and subject to the Professional Conduct Procedure for the time being in force.

The Psychotherapy and Supervision practice is based in Babraham, near Duxford, within easy reach of Cambridge, Saffron Walden and Newmarket.

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