Counselling and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy –
When times are difficult, whom can you turn to? Family and friends are not always able to offer the support needed.
At times like this, a counsellor who has been trained to listen and help with problems and feelings; can help to reach a better understanding of your difficulties.
Your problems will be discussed in confidence, without being critical or judgemental. Counselling and Psychotherapy will provide a safe environment in which to talk about painful feelings, understand their origin, and find a better way of dealing with them in the future.
You will be encouraged to manage stress more effectively and understand yourself and your relationships better.
Using your own ability, counselling and Psychotherapy can gain you some insight into your situation and help in resolving difficulties. It can help you clarify difficulties and find solutions. The emphasis is always on healthy change and working towards a conclusion.
Counselling and Psychotherapy cannot change the world around you; however, it can change the way you think about your surroundings and the way you feel about yourself.
People with emotional problems such as anxiety, depression or anger and people who are experiencing stress linked to some specific situation can be helped. Recent life events such as divorce, bereavement, redundancy or illness in the family often provide a focus for counselling, as can current or recent relationship difficulties.