Counselling and Psychotherapy
How Counselling can help
‘Difficult life events such as bereavement, divorce, redundancy, long term unemployment, loss of health or caring for a loved one can have a significant impact on us and have a detrimental effect on how we deal and cope with everyday life.’
Differences between Counselling and Psychotherapy
It can be hard to decide whether you need Counselling or Psychotherapy and even knowing the difference between the two can at times be confusing. Counselling is more short-term support focusing on present issues in your life.
Psychotherapy is longer term therapy looking at recurring patterns and issues from the past and how they can impact our present experience.
Paula works with clients on an individual basis and will discuss clients’ needs at the beginning of therapy to determine the route of therapy and support that is required.
Counselling can help support us through difficult times in our lives. Perhaps you are experiencing general underlying feelings of anxiety and low mood but don’t know why or how you came to be feeling like this. Maybe you want to learn more about yourself and develop your Self awareness.
Counselling can provide a space for change and growth in all areas of your life. Paula’s aim is to create a safe and trusting environment to enable you to share your problems and feel heard.
Is this for me?
Are you feeling overwhelmed by life?
Are you struggling with the same problems over and over again?
Have you been a victim of a traumatic event?
Are you feeling like you just don’t know yourself anymore?
Are you questioning where you are in your life, or where you are going?
Are you searching for more meaning in your life?
Paula can help with the following
- Feeling Low
- Obsessive Thoughts
- Fear and Panic
- Family Issues
- Low Self Esteem
- Low Self Confidence
- Grief and Loss
- Eating Disorders
- Relationship Issues
- Spiritual Crisis
- Emotional Clearing
- Developing Self Awareness
- Dissociative Identity Disorder