What Is Counselling?
Counselling relates to professional aid and support for psychological or personal issues. The counselling process tends to address the intellectual and behavioral aspects of the client. With its central focus on current issues, counselling may be brief, goal orientated, and solution focused in nature. The therapeutic relationship is formed to facilitate trust and safety for clients.
It is non-judgemental, empathetic, and acts as a catalyst for change. Counselling presents as an opportunity for people to raise self awareness, establish internal control, and to choose effective behaviours to meet personal needs.
What Is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy provides support for psychological issues through psychological treatment as opposed to medicinal. It accesses deeper layers of the mind, the underlying issues attached to presented problems, and the origins of suffering. Clients can then understand how the past has influence their present day behaviour, and how early developmental experiences shaped their personality.
It can reveal the basis by which the individual’s reality is defined, and the types of roles and relationships they choose. The process involved is a key in uncovering latent meaning to unresolved issues, and in reclaiming one’s identity and self worth.
Aspects Therapy provide Individual Counselling, Couples Counselling, Family Counselling, Counselling for Parents, and Coaching for Students.
How Can Counselling And Psychotherapy Help?
Psychotherapy and counselling are designed to help people who are struggling on a psychological level, who are in emotional pain, or experiencing a crisis situation. Where many ailments are attributed to a psychological and emotional source, counselling and psychotherapy are tremendous assets in the process of healing. Both provide an opportunity for inner growth and for re-claiming personal power. Here at Aspects Therapy, our main areas of focus include…
Effective Communication Skills
Enhanced Work Performance
Establishing Personal Boundaries
Altering Negative Beliefs
Utilizing Personal Strength
Your Comfort Zone
The therapeutic environment provides a trusting and confidential space, where clients can express concerns, overcome personal difficulties, alleviate distress, and work towards positive change. The process involved, offers freedom from past limitations and can revive the zest required for living life to its fullest potential.