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Psychotherapy and Counselling
Psychotherapy is a talking therapy, in which the client and the therapist engage in a secure relationship, working in an alliance to facilitate a change in behaviour for the client.
What is Psychotherapy and Clinical Psychology?
Psychotherapy is a talking therapy, in which the client and the therapist engage in a secure relationship, working in an alliance to facilitate a change in behaviour for the client. Clinical psychology also employs talking therapy in addition to other advanced empirical based techniques and can be particularly useful for more complex conditions. Our clinical psychologists are qualified up to PhD level. Several of our therapists employ CBT therapy, for clients specifically looking for this form of treatment.
What does this mean?
As a client you will meet regularly with an experienced, qualified psychotherapist or clinical psychologist for sessions lasting 50 minutes. The content of your discussions is completely confidential and safe.
The professional will provide a secure environment for you to help process and work on resolving difficulties that are unique to your circumstances. This relationship is one of respect and total acceptance.
You will be able to trust and rely on your therapist as an empathic, understanding companion who will “walk beside you” while you work towards achieving your goals . Whether the challenging experiences you are going through are from the past or present, your therapist will work with you, with an integrative approach that is unique to you and your circumstances. The working alliance that results through your relationship with your therapist, will be one that is empowering and supportive, striving to facilitate the change that will improve your over all health and wellbeing.
What do we work with?
- Anger Management
- Behavioural Difficulties
- Disordered Eating
- Emotional Abuse
- Family Difficulties
- Panic Attacks
- Pregnancy/Family Planning
- Physical Abuse
- Relationship Struggles
- StressVerbal Abuse