Psychotherapy is all about opening a very powerful tool, in fact the most powerful tool we have – the mind. The main source of therapy is verbal communication.

Talking and understanding is still very much a huge part of the healing process, however help with moving on often involves some form of re training of the mind/behaviors and habits.

What is Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a set of techniques intended to improve mental health, emotional or behavioral issues in individuals. These issues often make it hard for people to manage their lives and achieve their goals.


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Psychotherapy is aimed at these problems, and solves them using a number of different approaches and techniques. This involves client(s), discussing their issues in an effort to discover what they are and how they can manage them.

What Psychotherapy aims to achieve is personal change and growth thru talking and helping a person in a friendly, confidential and professional manner. There are many reasons why people come to psychotherapy and counseling and we all have different goals.

Psychotherapist’s aim is to provide the space and time for the exploration of these issues, and offer the support needed to reach those goals. Maybe most importantly a Psychotherapist can offer the chance for a person to be heard and develop in a safe environment.

Psychotherapy is a powerful source for change and development, some techniques work better than others – depending on the clients needs and wants.

Psychotherapy can help with the following:

  • Marriage Problems, Divorce and Separation
  • Sexuality
  • Family and Parenting
  • Trauma and Suffering
  • Bereavement and Loss
  • Violence and Abuse – sexual, physical, emotional and verbal
  • Self-Harm and Suicidal Feelings
  • Self-esteem and Confidence
  • Eating Disorders
  • Phobias and Obsessions and Compulsions
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Depression
  • Anger Management and Assertiveness
  • Addiction
  • Managing Change and Decision Making
  • Employment
  • Motivation
  • Ability to Identify and Meet New Challenges
  • Sense of Security
  • Personal Understanding, Development and Growth
  • Relationships and Communications

If you feel like any of the mentioned aspects of your life can be improve do not hesitate to make an appointment with a local Physiotherapist.

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