There is not a big difference between counselling and psychotherapy. In a broad sense, I can say that counselling aims at addressing specific life issues, while psychotherapy aims at addressing deep rooted issues which originate from the past and are still causing distress.
Therapy will be successful if our working relationship is one based on mutual trust and honesty in a confidential, respectful, non-judgemental and empathetic environment.
I will ensure that you are helped, encouraged, supported and guided to explore your issue/s.
Counselling and psychotherapy can help with a wide range of issues. Areas of counselling and psychotherapy I work with are:
- Stress and Anxiety
- Low Self-confidence and self-esteem issues
- Feeling guilty, down, unhappy, isolated and lonely
- Relationship problems: affairs, separation, divorce, couple counselling
- Family issues
- Problems with Friends
- Abuse: emotional, sexual, physical, domestic violence, bullying, isolation
- Bereavement, grief and loss
- Issues from the past
- Eating Disorders
- Weight Loss
- Internal turmoil
- Self-defeating behaviour
- Work related issues, redundancy, career improvement and career change