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Counselling in London

What is counselling ?

Counselling can be a journey but is many things, and it really does depend on what you think that you need help with. However, no matter what you use counselling for, it will always be the following:· Supportive – your councillor won’t challenge you on decisions unless you wish to be challenged.· Non-judgemental – never expect to be judged, positively or negatively, but what you tell a councillor.· Confidential – you don’t have to worry about anything that you say leaving your discussion together.

With a counsellor, you can talk about anything that you wish to go through with them. You could be stressed out due to work or personal circumstances. You could be coping with an illness, or dealing with a bereavement. You might have some personal issues you wish to discuss with someone but can’t bring to take it to your family. Regardless of what has happened to you, though, counselling is always here to support here.

Once you can discover where your problems in life appear to stem from, you could work with your counsellor to find a solution. They can help you find your own way, though; they aren’t here to give you a 12-point plan or anything like that. You know more about yourself than anyone else – your councillor is here to help you stay away from the noise and instead focus on the issues at hand.

What is counselling not?

If you do choose to come and see a councillor, you might have some expectations as to what they can do for you. However, it’s vital to make sure that you understand that counselling is not here to guide you. If you need professional guidance to get out of a situation, then you might wish to look for a coach. Counselling is more aimed at those who wish to get help in resolving their problems and talking openly with someone about them.

You shouldn’t expect your councillor to start giving you advice. Instead, what a councillor will look to do is get you to open up, to dig deeper, and to find the primary root cause. They are here to help you locate where the problem stems from, and what can be done to find that problem.

Once you find the problem, your councillor can work with you to help either overcome the issue or to find a way to cope with it. This, though, is entirely personal. It will be tailored to you on a personal level, making recovery a much more realistic prospect in time.

What can my councillor offer me?

Going to see a councillor is a very engaging experience. It will begin with an initial assessment where you can go through some queries with the councillor. They can find out what the basic is, and what kind of help you have sought out before for the problem. This helps the staff understand what you are going through, and what kind of an understanding they need to help you work towards a natural resolution of the problem you face.

Typically, sessions will last for around 50 minutes to one hour. However, they can be longer or shorter if you so choose. Also, a councillor will give you a clear plan for when you should return for more discussion. This often takes place once per week for six weeks, and then the discussion can had about continuing. The decision, though, is entirely your own.

I have some questions about taking counselling sessions…

We know that everyone can have some trepidation before stepping foot into the office to start talking. It’s a great thing to do, but it can be daunting at first. Here, then, are some of the most commonly answered queries that we come up with when it comes to counselling.

Is therapy good for me?

Absolutely – therapy can be a great way to help get your emotions in check. Some of the most common benefits of therapy, though, include:· A safe space to talk without having to worry about judgement or word getting out.· Assisting you in noting and then dealing with problematic and destructive behaviour.· An easy way to help make sense of the confusing emotions you are dealing with.· Getting help in understanding complex issues and finding ways to cope/overcome them.· Gaining a sense of self again and knowing that solution does exist to solve your issues.

What kind of therapy can I actually receive?

Many forms of therapy exist today, and trying to work out which form you would enjoy the most can be tough. The most common forms include:· Art therapy.· Cognitive therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.· Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR).

Whats the difference between a counsellor and therapist ?

Hoxton Therapy.

Call, text, or whatsap on:

07305890303You can book via email on 

Book@hoxtontherapy.comOr visit our booking page 

www.hoxtontherapy.com/book

What is counselling ?

Counselling can be a journey but is many things, and it really does depend on what you think that you need help with. However, no matter what you use counselling for, it will always be the following:· Supportive – your councillor won’t challenge you on decisions unless you wish to be challenged.· Non-judgemental – never expect to be judged, positively or negatively, but what you tell a councillor.· Confidential – you don’t have to worry about anything that you say leaving your discussion together.

With a counsellor, you can talk about anything that you wish to go through with them. You could be stressed out due to work or personal circumstances. You could be coping with an illness, or dealing with a bereavement. You might have some personal issues you wish to discuss with someone but can’t bring to take it to your family. Regardless of what has happened to you, though, counselling is always here to support here.

Once you can discover where your problems in life appear to stem from, you could work with your counsellor to find a solution. They can help you find your own way, though; they aren’t here to give you a 12-point plan or anything like that. You know more about yourself than anyone else – your councillor is here to help you stay away from the noise and instead focus on the issues at hand.

What is counselling not?

If you do choose to come and see a councillor, you might have some expectations as to what they can do for you. However, it’s vital to make sure that you understand that counselling is not here to guide you. If you need professional guidance to get out of a situation, then you might wish to look for a coach. Counselling is more aimed at those who wish to get help in resolving their problems and talking openly with someone about them.

You shouldn’t expect your councillor to start giving you advice. Instead, what a councillor will look to do is get you to open up, to dig deeper, and to find the primary root cause. They are here to help you locate where the problem stems from, and what can be done to find that problem.

Once you find the problem, your councillor can work with you to help either overcome the issue or to find a way to cope with it. This, though, is entirely personal. It will be tailored to you on a personal level, making recovery a much more realistic prospect in time.

What can my councillor offer me?

Going to see a councillor is a very engaging experience. It will begin with an initial assessment where you can go through some queries with the councillor. They can find out what the basic is, and what kind of help you have sought out before for the problem. This helps the staff understand what you are going through, and what kind of an understanding they need to help you work towards a natural resolution of the problem you face.

Typically, sessions will last for around 50 minutes to one hour. However, they can be longer or shorter if you so choose. Also, a councillor will give you a clear plan for when you should return for more discussion. This often takes place once per week for six weeks, and then the discussion can had about continuing. The decision, though, is entirely your own.

I have some questions about taking counselling sessions…

We know that everyone can have some trepidation before stepping foot into the office to start talking. It’s a great thing to do, but it can be daunting at first. Here, then, are some of the most commonly answered queries that we come up with when it comes to counselling.

Is therapy good for me?

Absolutely – therapy can be a great way to help get your emotions in check. Some of the most common benefits of therapy, though, include:· A safe space to talk without having to worry about judgement or word getting out.· Assisting you in noting and then dealing with problematic and destructive behaviour.· An easy way to help make sense of the confusing emotions you are dealing with.· Getting help in understanding complex issues and finding ways to cope/overcome them.· Gaining a sense of self again and knowing that solution does exist to solve your issues.

What kind of therapy can I actually receive?

Many forms of therapy exist today, and trying to work out which form you would enjoy the most can be tough. The most common forms include:· Art therapy.· Cognitive therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.· Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR).

Whats the difference between a counsellor and therapist ?

Hoxton therapy

Call, text, or whatsap on:

07305890303You can book via email on 

Book@hoxtontherapy.comOr visit our booking page 

www.hoxtontherapy.com/book