Laura Keyte, MA, DHIP, Psychotherapy in Bath

Welcome to my website. If you are looking for a psychotherapist in Bath this and the following pages will give you some idea of who I am, how I provide therapy and my training and qualifications.
Home. Me2023I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist, and Registered Member of BACP. I work from The Abbey Practice in central Bath where I am a founder member and one of a group of experienced and qualified practitioners. I’m also a founder member of George Street Therapy Rooms in Bath. I trained with BCPC, and I adhere to the ethics and code of conduct of my training and registering bodies.
In addition to my private practice I tutored on the counselling diploma at Wiltshire College and was Head of Training at Wessex Counselling and Psychotherapy. I work with clients with a diverse range of histories and welcome differences of all kinds including age, culture and sexual orientation.

About Psychotherapy

We can all experience those dark moments, months or even years when, even though, outwardly, we may be functioning well, inside all is bleak. We think of ourselves as mad, bad, sad or all three of these, and it seems impossible that this will ever change. Therapy at this time can make a difference. It can help us to see ourselves and the world with new eyes and help us to value what is good in ourselves (and in the world).

Often our greatest difficulties and anxieties arise through relationships, psychotherapy helps to identify how we relate to others and to ourselves. It can create an openness to relating in different and more fruitful ways, externally and internally.

We can also have vague feelings that life could be more satisfying, even joyful, and that we could fulfil more of our potential. We may feel stuck or blocked or struggle to find ourselves.

I provide a confidential and supportive space in which you can begin to understand yourself better, make sense of your thoughts and feelings and gain new perspectives.

I offer an initial session (see page 4 for information on sessions and fees) which helps you to clarify what you hope to get from psychotherapy and whether we can work well together. There is no obligation to continue after this first session. In many cases being able to talk, sometimes for the first time, about your concerns, brings great relief.

Location & Contact

My psychotherapy consulting rooms are in central Bath. They are less than 1 minute walk from most bus routes, 5 minutes walk from city car parks and 7 minutes walk from the main bus and train stations. If you are looking for a psychotherapist in Bath do contact me.

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