Many People eperience difficulties at some stage in their lives and it is a natural and normal to want to talk to someone.
Aouncelling nad Psychotherapy is a safe opportunity for you yo talk to someone who is trained, qaulifies and experiences in listening and responding in a supportive way.
Therapy can help you develop an awareness of your own thoughts, feelings, needs and behaivours which will give you an insight and understanding into your personal difficulties. You will then hopeflly feel more comfortable and confident in developing your ability to identify and change what does not feel right for you.
I have trained in the humanistc person centered approach. Developing a trusting and theraputic relationship is central to this as is you feeling heard, understood and less alone with your troubles. It is also paramount that your feel safe, respected and accepted throughout the process of your therapy.
Beow are some links to information on the humanistic and person centreted approach to counselling and psychotherapy.
British Association for the person centred approach.
Carl Rodgers (founder of the person centrered approach)