Tara’s commitment to working as a therapist was born from working in Addiction and Trauma therapy for many years. Tara’s approach is individualistic and holistic and begins with skills to manage in the present day and encompasses an assessment of all domains of bio-psycho-social functioning. Using a psychoeducation toolbox, together with CBT skills and creative mindfulness practices, that aim to bring some stability before addressing the deeper causes and driving forces of anxiety. Tara works through a developmental trauma lens and also has an interest in Menopause Anxiety: the impact of Menopause on women and the specific dynamics of that process as it impacts our mental health and well-being. She invites clients male and female to an initial consultation to discuss their needs, what’s happening for them and to give them the opportunity to explore how they can move into a life without being overwhelmed by anxiety to thriving and enjoying a full and whole quality of life.