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Psychotherapy is a form of talking therapy. It involves talking about an emotional difficulty. It has been shown to improve emotions and behaviour, along with positive changes in the body and brain.
Anyone can benefit from Psychotherapy. Talking can help you to explore your concerns, thoughts and feelings and help equip you to face new challenges, both in the present and the future.
It comes in many different forms but often involves looking back to childhood, and can be used to treat many different issues. You may feel that what you’re experiencing isn’t serious enough to get help or feel unsure about the kind of support that psychotherapy can offer. But anyone can benefit from becoming more aware of how they see the world and why.
The Main goal of many Psychotherapy is to help the client to challenge their own thoughts and assumptions, and for the Client to eventually come to a healthier understanding of how they see the world and why.
You don’t need to be in crisis or have a diagnosed mental illness to have psychotherapy. It can help you with many emotional or mental health problems, including:
· feeling like you can’t cope
· problems dealing with stress or recovering from stressful situations
· lack of confidence or extreme shyness
· coping with the effects of abuse
· feelings of depression, sadness, grief or emptiness
· extreme mood swings
· difficulty making or sustaining relationships, or repeatedly becoming involved in unsatisfying or destructive relationships
· sexual problems
· difficulties coming to terms with losses such as bereavement, divorce or unemployment
· eating disorders
· obsessive behaviours
· panic attacks and phobias.
A mixture of Psychotherapy & Counselling Skills will be used, fused with any of the following Brief Strategic Therapies of Hypnotherapy, EFT, EMDR, NLP, Positive Psychology and Solution Focused Therapy depending on each Clients’ requirement.
Psychotherapy can treat both adults and children. There may be short-term plans to heal immediate issues or long-term treatment plans to treat more complex challenges. Usually Psychotherapy is a weekly 50 minute session, often starting with 6/10 sessions and then reassessing Clients further needs. .
1. Therapy helps you get in contact with what is most important to you and helps you start moving in that direction. It can give you tools to deal with those barriers that may be getting in the way of you living the life you’d really want to live.
2. Psychotherapy helps you learn new ways to make your relationships more meaningful.
3. Therapy can help you find solutions and new perspectives to the problems and worries that are troubling you.
4. Psychotherapy can teach you specific, concrete skills to help you deal with stress and anxiety.
5. Therapy helps you cope, manage, and move through situations that cause you anger, grief, depression, and other emotional burdens.
6. Psychotherapy can improve your communication and listening skills at every level and in any area of life.
7. Therapy can guide and support you to take those steps to change of old behaviour patterns into new and healthy ones.
8. Psychotherapy assists you in discovering new, healthy ways of solving problems within your family or intimate relationships.
9. Therapy helps strengthen your self-esteem and increases your self-confidence through helping you live a life that is more meaningful and more focused on those things that are important to you.
Remember, therapy isn’t just about helping you feel better — it’s about helping you live better.