Psychotherapy is a process of exploration undertaken by the therapist and patient together.
The patient is encouraged to reflect on matters uppermost in his/her mind during regular 50 minute sessions.
Feelings, thoughts, wishes, memories and dreams can be explored within the relationship between therapist and patient, and individuals can be helped to understand unconscious processes which affect their everyday thoughts and behaviour.
In this way, Psychotherapy may gradually bring about a greater degree of self-understanding and enable the individual to find more appropriate ways of being, and of coping with difficulties.
Psychotherapy has proved to be an effective aid to -
-Feelings of anxiety and an inability to cope or concentrate
-Feelings of emptiness, sadness or depression
-Lack of confidence or feelings of underachievement
-Difficulty in making or sustaining relationships, or repeatedly becoming involved in unsatisfying or destructive relationships
-Extreme mood swings
-Difficulty in coming to terms with losses such as bereavement, divorce, or loss of a job
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