Can Counselling and Psychotherapy help?
Our lives are subject to many demands and challenges, therefore appropriate coping strategies are an essential response to maintaining our physical and psychological well-being. There are times when it may prove difficult to judge which way to turn for the best and counselling can enable you to look at where you want to be and the changes you would like to make. Throughout the process you will develop and build on your inner resources to enable you to achieve your goals.
Undoubtedly, therapy is being increasingly recognised and accepted in the mainstream of life as an effective way of dealing with a wide range of problems, as listed below:
Conditions I can treat using Counselling & Psychotherapy:
- Abuse (Physical, Sexual & Psychological/Emotional)
- Anger Management
- Bereavement & Loss
- Bullying & Harassment
- Eating Disorders
- EMDR Therapy
- Emotional Abuse
- Family issues
- Generalised Anxiety
- Low Confidence
- Low Self-Esteem
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Attacks
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Relationship Issues
- Separation & Divorce
- Work related issues
Why you may consider turning to Counselling & Psychotherapy to resolve one of the above issues…
Given the right support mechanisms, many of the problems we encounter from time to time, can usually be resolved without the need for psychological therapy. However, when the necessary support systems are not available and problems remain unresolved this can often result in low mood, sometimes leading to depression and a poor sense of personal well-being.
Counselling & Psychotherapy is a non judgmental process and will not tell you how to run your life. Most of us seek peace of mind, sense of purpose and a fulfilling role in life. In my client work I strive to provide a secure base on which to empower my clients to create positive life changes. This is achieved by exploring often sensitive issues, which may have created thoughts, feelings and emotions that prove difficult to come to terms with and restrict the desire to move forward positively.