Talking Therapy sessions are available by telephone, Facetime, Skype & Zoom.
Talking Therapy is a way of discussing with a trained therapist about something that's bothering you and that is affecting your life.
The therapist is there to listen and help you to find your own answers to what is impacting your life.
You may find that talking and releasing those emotions is enough to feel much better, other times it maybe that the therapist works with you to teach you skills to help with those emotions.
Talking Therapy gives you an opportunity to tell the trained therapist about your thoughts and feelings, also about things that are causing you problems.
The therapist is there to listen and help you to find your answers to enable you to feel more relaxed and positive about your life.
Talking Therapy can be very successful as talking to someone who is not a relative or friend is very helpful and can be completely impartial, helping you to see a different perspective on life.
Talking Therapy can be a successful treatment for many problems such as, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, grief, or anything that is emotionally affecting your life.
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Yes, you can. It's really important to talk to the trained therapist so you know that you will feel comfortable discussing your thoughts, feelings and emotions.
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Talk Therapy sessions normally last between 50 and 60 minutes and sessions are usually 1 week apart, which gives you enough time to reflect and be ready for your next session.
It's important to be honest and talk to the therapist about your thoughts and feelings and how it's affecting your life, and also to tell the therapist anything you think is relevant - no matter how small or big they seem.
If you're feeling nervous, that's fine, the therapist will be used to nervous clients, will be there to reassure you and has your best interest at heart
This will depend on what you approach the therapist for help with. The number of sessions will be discussed at your first initial consaltation or chat with the therapist.