UKCP Registered Psychotherapist
B.Ed. M.Ed. Human Relations
M.Sc. Gestalt Psychotherapy
People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Many find it a way of furthering their self-development and enriching their experiences. Others may want help with a specific area of their lives, or they may be experiencing a more general sense of stress, dissatisfaction, depression or confusion. This may be brought on by recent events or be part of a longer-term patternCounselling and psychotherapy are basically talking therapies which can take many forms. You may have been recommended psychotherapy by a medical professional, but there are ways you can identify the benefits of attending counselling or therapy yourself.
Many of us will experience some form of anxiety or troubling times, even depression at some point in our lives. Everyone goes through times of extreme stress and emotional upheaval, following the loss of a loved one for instance or following retirement or divorce. Lots of people get through these situations on their own but equally lots of people benefit from extra help to overcome more serious long term reactions to situations which have caused them distress.
Sometimes clients find it difficult to define their experiences other than feeling unhappy, lost or empty. However some of the following symptoms may be familiar and mean that psychotherapy or counselling could be right for you:
Gender and relationship difficulties
Speaking to someone about extremely personal issues and difficulties can seem like the last thing you want to do, but psychotherapy and counselling can offer you a confidential, secure, safe space to talk with someone completely impartial and help you identify and find a pathway to coping and leading a more fulfilled life. For more information about our services in Leicester, call us today.
Contact Christine Kingsley-Mills in Leicester today for a confidential chat about whether psychotherapy could help you.