Where have I been? What did I accomplish?
What would I do differently?”
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Counsellors are trained to work with individual adults, couples, children, young people, and families who are experiencing a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, stress, trauma-related issues, OCD, eating and body image issues, anger, grief and many more issues.
What is it?
This type of therapy provides the opportunity for people to explore the issues and problems that are causing upset or distress. The counsellor will help clients gain an insight into their feelings and behaviour, in a non-judgemental and non-directive way, and support clients in finding ways to improve themselves and their situation.
How can a counsellor help?
Counsellors can help with a wide variety of common issues including depression, anxiety, substance/alcohol issues, grief, health worries, eating disorders and behavioural issues. This type of therapy can also help individuals accept themselves and make changes for the better.
Is there a difference between therapy for individuals and therapy for couples?
Relationship / couples counselling is similar but involves more than one person and is focused specifically on relationship issues.
Is it effective?
Research has shown counselling to be an effective way of making things better. Indeed, it has been shown to be as effective as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for many common problems, such as depression.
“Thank you so much. Although I still need to manage my anxiety, I now have the tools at my disposal, and I don’ get into a panic mode as I did before. Counselling has really helped me to face my anxieties.”
Mr John C.