Hello and Welcome to Lifetime Counselling

Counselling, Psychotherapy and Support in Sherwood, Nottingham

Life can be very challenging at times.  Things go wrong or maybe some things were always tough but became more difficult.  These challenges can leave us with complex feelings which can be difficult to make sense of.  The feelings can be difficult to share with others because they are often not discussed publicly and if the people you are close to are related to the problem then we can feel even more isolated.

My name is Andrew Cranham and I offer a high quality, completely confidential, dignified counselling service.  I have over 10 years experience of working in different settings and supporting people to find solutions to their problems. 

I am based in Sherwood in Nottingham am a fully qualified and registered UKCP and BACP psychotherapist and work with individuals in an open ended or agreed time frame basis.  I am dedicated to offering compassion, understanding and a non judgemental attitude to understanding the reasons why you feel the way you do.

I have experience of helping people with a wide range of difficulties including:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Addiction
  • Stress
  • Self esteem, confidence, shame and feelings of worthlessness
  • Work-related issues
  • Personal growth
  • General ‘stuckness’/ lack of direction
  • Relationship issues
  • Childhood trauma
  • Anger Management
  • Trauma and PTSD

This list is not exhaustive so if you have something in mind, please ask.

You can text, email or phone me with any questions and I offer a free telephone conversation to discuss what you are looking for. I would invite you to check me out! Check whether I might be someone you would want to talk to and to trust your instincts about me. Hopefully I am the right person to help you otherwise I can support you in finding a person who can.

Sometimes if we feel distressed or are struggling and stuck it can leave us feeling very isolated.  It can be difficult to find people to talk to about our problems particularly if we feel misunderstood.  Sometimes we know why we feel bad other times it is not so obvious and something of a mystery.  We might develop bad habits to try and make ourselves feel better but these do not always work and can sometimes make us feel worse in the long run.

This is where counselling might help and together we might be able to develop strategies to overcome your difficulties and find solutions to your problems.