Psychotherapy and Counselling

Psychotherapy and Counselling

What is the definition of counselling?

The goal of psychotherapy and counselling is to assist you in achieving inner optimism, self-awareness, and developing healthy coping mechanisms in dealing with difficult situations. You may seek counselling if you are struggling, sad, or stuck, or if you have had traumatic experiences. It's also possible that you want to grow personally, strengthen your relationships, and learn more about yourself. Counselling can help you understand and learn from your adverse experiences while also allowing you to enjoy and cherish your good ones.

What does counselling entail?

Counselling entails us talking about your difficulties, struggles of your life and giving you time to reflect. Sessions last 50 minutes and are held on the same day and at the same time each week. This makes it possible to establish a continuous and solid therapeutic relationship.

What will take place in the first session?

Starting therapy might be intimidating, so you may want to try it out first. The first session is for us to get to know each other and for you to determine whether you want to work with me. It usually entails having a dialogue about what's on your mind and establishing therapy goals. You are also welcomed to ask any questions you might have.

If you would like to discuss if counselling is for you, get more information on how I work as a psychotherapist and/or set up an initial appointment, please feel free to email, text or call to discuss things further on 07388 511634 or [email protected].