Counselling and Psychotherapy in Woodford Green, Essex.

Counselling takes place when a counsellor sees a client in a private and confidential setting to explore a difficulty the client is having, distress they may be experiencing or perhaps their dissatisfaction with life, or loss of a sense of direction and purpose.(BACP)

Psychotherapy aims to help clients gain insight into their difficulties or distress, establish a greater understanding of their motivation, and enable them to find more appropriate ways of coping or bring about changes in their thinking and behaviour.

Psychotherapy involves exploring feelings, beliefs, thoughts and relevant events, sometimes from childhood and personal history, in a structured way with someone trained to help you do it safely. (UKCP)

Counselling and Psychotherapy are often considered to be similar and overlap in many ways. The main difference between the therapies is the amount of time a client is recommended to attend sessions in order to resolve issues. Generally a practitioner offering short-term treatment is known as a counsellor whilst a practitioner offering longer term treatment, with two or more years of training will usually be known as a psychotherapist.

What can Transitional Therapy Woodford Green do for you?

Both counselling and psychotherapy are talking therapies that aim to increase your sense of well-being.  They can help you to start exploring issues more effectively and help you find better ways of dealing with whatever obstacles are getting in the way of your growth and happiness.

Transitional Therapy Woodford Green offers a confidential service that will give you the time, space and support to explore the issues that are important to you. Together, we will set your therapeutic goals and create a solution focussed plan to suit your needs.

Whether you chose to undertake counselling or psychotherapy, Transitional Therapy could change your life.

Individual Counselling & Therapy Woodford Green.

Individual therapy refers to therapy sessions with one client and one therapist. The therapist and client will typically meet on a weekly basis; sessions are usually for 50 minutes.  Individual therapy focuses on the individual, what he or she has brought to counselling and how the individual interacts with his or her world. The therapy will often explore the individual’s past in order to get a better understanding of the client’s issues and it will look at how the individual can move forward.

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