Counselling & Psychotherapy
Counselling and Psychotherapy can help with relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief & loss, self-esteem & confidence issues.
Counselling and psychotherapy both involve a process of sharing and being listened to with respect and without judgement. They both offer the opportunity to explore the many aspects of our lives, whether that is a current concern or an ongoing issue.
Counselling is generally short term and focuses on a current crisis or issue. Perhaps you need some extra support to cope with a distressing situation or to explore your options.
Talking about what is concerning you can help you to clarify the issue, manage any overwhelming feelings and re-discover your inner strengths. Counselling brings into focus what really matters to you. Learn new ways to resolve everyday life challenges and create a more resilient and meaningful approach to your life.
Psychotherapy takes the time to explore feelings and patterns of behaviour that can be traced back to your early life experiences. At the time, these patterns helped you to cope, but as adults they may no longer support you as well as you would like, and this can manifest across the whole of your life – at work, in relationships, choices you make, creativity etc.
Psychotherapy generally looks to resolving the underlying patterns and beliefs that can continue to play out in your current relationships. The aim of psychotherapy is to bring about a lasting and authentic change in the broader context of your life.
Counselling & Psychotherapy can support you to:
· Improve self-esteem & self confidence
· Enhance communication and relationship skills
· More effectively deal with challenging situations
· Reduce stress and manage anxiety
· Manage grief and other difficult emotional states
· Establish new habits that support health & wellbeing
· Create a better work/life balance
Therapists Chris Mangioni & Kerrie Tooth. To discuss your needs or to make an appointment click below.