Psychological Issues

Our work covers a wide spectrum of issues and conditions, from minor to complex, and recently developed to long-standing.

Typical presenting issues are stress, anxiety, relationship problems, anger-management, depression and sexual problems. Often several issues will be present at the same time.

Therapists are able to work with the majority of conditions. Psychiatry, however, may be more appropriate initially for conditions such as psychosis, bi-polar disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, serious drug addiction, and eating disorders.

Similarly, if you wish to consider medication, or are seeking a medical diagnosis or a medical report, then an appointment with a consultant psychiatrist would be more suitable. 

Specific Psychological Conditions for Counselling

On this site you will find a list of conditions that therapists at Harley Therapy specialise in. This list is not comprehensive, so please contact us with your specific requirements to see how we can help. 


For a brief description of the most common psychological conditions, please see our A-Z Glossary, via the link below. 

A-Z Glossary of Conditions

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The UK Council for Psychotherapy

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The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

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MIND

Mind is a mental health charity covering England and Wales. It offers support to people with mental health problems and lobbies local and national governments.

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Turning Point

Turning Point is a UK charity and social enterprise which works in the mental health, learning disabilities, substance abuse, criminal justice and employment areas.

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The Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is a UK charity which helps people to understand, protect and improve their mental health.

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Issues for Counselling