where appropriate, will offer challenge. They will encourage you to be accountable and find your own interpretations and solutions.
Topics you may wish to bring to therapy could include past and present relationships; significant events; life's meaning and purpose; and ways of thinking and being. Each therapy session is your space and time alone, to use in any way you find useful or meaningful.
You may enter therapy at any stage of your life. Therapy should never discriminate for gender, age, race, culture, ability or sexuality. By enabling you to explore the different facets of yourself and your experience, therapy can deepen your self-awareness and can strengthen your connections with others.
Above all, therapy can reward you with deeper insight, enhancing your personal growth and supporting you to better tolerate adversity and change.
Are you feeling unhappy, angry or distressed? Are you undergoing a critical life event such as retirement, bereavement, ill health, divorce or redundancy? Perhaps more confusingly, do you find yourself directionless or 'stuck' – but unsure why?
It can be hard to share our difficult feelings or thoughts with others. We may fear judgement or worry that we are burdening those we care about. At times, we may even feel we have no one available to listen to us.
Therapy offers a safe, confidential and collaborative forum in which to focus on the things that matter. It provides a private and boundaried space in which to talk, guilt-free, about you. It can help you uncover what is troubling you or holding you back, and can help you attain a deeper understanding of yourself, your relationships and life.
At the heart of all successful therapy is the therapist-client relationship. Your therapist should be impartial and non-judgemental and should not offer 'cures' or take decisions on your part. Instead, they should be empathic and,
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