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Benefits of Counselling?
Talking Therapies are for anyone ?
There are many reasons for seeing a therapist. You may be feeling low or upset, confused about your feelings, having conflicting thoughts! Experiencing relationship difficulties! Family issues, Frustration, Feeling in a rut and not knowing where to turn?
You may have a sudden life crisis such as bereavement, Relationship break-up or considering it! Loss or change of job – Retirement. Victim of crime – left feeling anxious, depressed or maybe life is not making any sense? No situation is impossible!
Why not come in and have an initial assessment and see if its for you!
During talking therapies, a trained therapist listens to you and helps you find your own answers to problems, without judging you.
The therapist provides a space to talk, cry, shout or just think. It’s offers you an opportunity to look at your situation in a different way with someone who will respect you and your opinions.
Usually, you’ll talk one-to-one with the therapist. Sometimes talking treatments are held in groups or couples, such as relationship counselling.
Although there are lots of different types of talking therapies, they all have a similar aim: to help you feel better. Talking therapies doesn’t make problems go away, but find a way forward making it easier to cope and feel happier.
The benefits are enormous:
- Someone willing to listen
- Gain insight around personal issues, emotional needs, habits and patterns of behaviour.
- Develop self-awareness
- Grow in confidence and be totally you.
- Personal growth and Maturity.
- Confidential service offering a change to bring about change.
- It maybe easier to talk to a stranger ( Qualified) than family & Friends!