What is Psychotherapy?

A talk about our feelings

In psychotherapy we talk about the feelings, thoughts and actions that you find troubling or overwhelming. We focus on what may be the causes and how they may have started. We look at whether you have experienced similar feelings and thoughts earlier on in your life, what is happening now, what makes them a struggle to cope with and stopping you in getting what you want out of life. We talk about the things that you want to focus on. That may be relationships, with your partner, family, children, colleagues, friends, or feelings such as anxiety, stress, hopelessness, depression or anger.

When we feel overwhelmed by what is going on around us we can react in many different ways, a whole myriad of emotions. When these get in the way of the life you want to lead, we look at what is going on.

Making positive changes

We then try to figure out how and what changes are possible and what is helpful in achieving the changes you want. Even when we cannot change our surroundings, we can find new ways of coping better with them. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; it is a joint effort between you and the psychotherapist.

In psychotherapy we look at past events and relationships in order to work out how they might still be influencing your life. It is common to react to situations due to a past memory and that doesn’t always work well for us anymore. In therapy we unravel what has happened before and what is happening now. This helps you to make choices about your way forward.

A safe and confidential space

Psychotherapy is usually based on regular meetings and conversations. The conversations are confidential. This helps to create a safe space for you to explore what is happening in your life and for us to be insightful about overcoming the obstacles to change.

Psychotherapy works well for individuals, couples and families. It provides an opportunity to reflect on your relationship together which is effective in instigating change.

A talk about our feelings

In psychotherapy we talk about the feelings, thoughts and actions that you find troubling or overwhelming. We focus on what may be the causes and how they may have started. We look at whether you have experienced similar feelings and thoughts earlier on in your life, what is happening now, what makes them a struggle to cope with and stopping you in getting what you want out of life. We talk about the things that you want to focus on. That may be relationships, with your partner, family, children, colleagues, friends, or feelings such as anxiety, stress, hopelessness, depression or anger.

When we feel overwhelmed by what is going on around us we can react in many different ways, a whole myriad of emotions. When these get in the way of the life you want to lead, we look at what is going on.

Making positive changes

We then try to figure out how and what changes are possible and what is helpful in achieving the changes you want. Even when we cannot change our surroundings, we can find new ways of coping better with them. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; it is a joint effort between you and the psychotherapist.

In psychotherapy we look at past events and relationships in order to work out how they might still be influencing your life. It is common to react to situations due to a past memory and that doesn’t always work well for us anymore. In therapy we unravel what has happened before and what is happening now. This helps you to make choices about your way forward.

A safe and confidential space

Psychotherapy is usually based on regular meetings and conversations. The conversations are confidential. This helps to create a safe space for you to explore what is happening in your life and for us to be insightful about overcoming the obstacles to change.

Psychotherapy works well for individuals, couples and families. It provides an opportunity to reflect on your relationship together which is effective in instigating change.

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