Counselling and Therapy

Counselling or therapy is a way of looking at and understanding our daily behaviour and contact with others.

The counselling setting provides a place in which it is possible to listen and hear what is being said and what is not being said.

The counsellor or therapist will listen with you and help you consider what is being said.

When it is possible to be aware of needs and feelings it then becomes possible to make informed decisions and changes in behaviour.

Often this process is accompanied by difficulty and discomfort but can lead to a of change or growth and more fulfilling relationships with those around us.

Who Can Use Counselling and Therapy

Therapy and counselling are means of understanding how your needs and wishes affect your behaviour.

Sometimes needs and wishes because of damaged expectations, fear, anxiety or trauma. When this happens relations with others becomes more difficult, less fulfilling or too difficult.

Sometimes the causes are known sometimes they are unknown. Sometimes behaviour and relationships get stuck in repetitive patterns.

Therapy and counselling provides the opportunity to understand and undo these patterns through talk and reflection.

Therapy and counselling is intended for any person who wants a better understanding of themselves and their relationships.

Counselling and therapy are intended who are in emotional difficulties and want to undertake a ‘journey’ to better understand these issues and make choices.

Counselling and therapy can help with :

  • Relationship problems
  • Depression
  • Marital problems
  • Trauma
  • Serious illness
  • Loss
  • Eating disorders
  • Self esteem
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Crises