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Counselling provides a safe and confidential space for you to talk to a trained professional about your issues and concerns. Your therapist will help you explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours so you can develop a better understanding of yourself and of others.


A counsellor will not give you their opinions or advice or prescribe medication. They will help you find your own solutions – whether that’s making effective changes in your life or finding ways of coping with your problems.'


Counselling can take different forms depending on your needs and what type of therapy may be suitable.


Most therapy takes place in planned, regular sessions which last for around 50 minutes. How often you see your therapist and how many appointments you have will depend on your individual circumstances, and will be agreed between you and your therapist.


What you talk about will vary depending on what you want help with and the therapist’s approach. It could include:


  • your relationships

  • your childhood

  • your feelings, emotions or thoughts

  • your behaviour

  • past and present life events

  • situations you find difficult


Your therapist will be impartial but understanding. They will listen to you without judgement and help you explore your thoughts and emotions. They may offer information, but they won’t tell you what you should think or do.

Psychotherapy Session


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