How we cope with what life throws at us is a very personal thing. Yet for some there is still a belief that it’s only when your life is falling apart, or you’ve been diagnosed with a serious mental illness that you should see a counsellor.
Thankfully, that’s changing. The more that society, employers and politicians recognise that mental health and wellbeing is as important as our physical health the less stigma there is around seeking help from an expert.
There are a variety of therapeutic approaches and it is important to find the right one for you. Short-term therapies tend to focus on problem resolution and symptom elimination to specific issues, without the need to find the root cause of a specific issue. The aim of longer-term therapy is to help you identify the root cause of your problem, which goes beyond eliminating symptoms.
If you are ready to start looking at and changing some parts of your life and investing in your wellbeing, then get in touch with me.
For an informal chat about whether counselling is right for you, contact me today.
Tel: 07553 960524