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ARE YOU CONSIDERING THERAPY?
The basic idea behind therapy is that it should remove obstacles, provide insights and offer new perspectives that can empower you to act more freely in your own life. This can be applied, for example, to promote a better sense of wellbeing in relationships, in everyday life and at work. A cornerstone of this therapy is that every person is unique, with unique experiences that have shaped the course of their life.
This type of therapy promotes the idea that right here and now in the present, as well as in the future, there are opportunities for change. It also recognises that in our past there are experiences to reflect over, learn from and work on
People seeking therapy do so for a variety of reasons, including help dealing with relationships, anxiety, depression, loneliness, crises, trauma, stress and sadness. Therapy can be a support and help you work through any issues.
Some people might feel as though they are not living life to the full. Others have had complicated life experiences and might need a safe and neutral place to come to for confidential conversations.