Why come to therapy?
You may be feeling down, fed-up, depressed or anxious – or you may just feel a general lack of lust for life. Whatever it is that's currently troubling you, if it has reached the point at which it's affecting the quality of your daily life, therapy could be the first step to understanding what's going on for you and why.
Coming to therapy can be an emotional 'journey' which is not always easy, however it is also an opportunity for change, which could be the beginning of living your life differently.
This is a rather lovely animation which describes psychotherapy in a straightforward and coherent way - created by The School of life.
Some things that counselling and psychotherapy can help with;
Abortion, Abuse, Addiction, Anger management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Body issues, Bullying, Career, Child related issues, Depression, Dissociation, Difficulties with your family, Eating disorders, Hearing voices, Low self-confidence, Low self-esteem, Loneliness, Loss of direction in life, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Passive aggressive behaviour, Personality disorders, Post-traumatic stress, Redundancy, Relationship issues, Self harm, Sex problems, Sexuality, Spirituality, Stress, Suicidal thoughts, Trauma, Work related stress