Often ‘counselling’and ‘psychotherapy’ are used to mean very similar things. In my own practice I usually use the term Counselling to describe instances where someone has a specific issue or situation they wish to discuss, change or process.
Where the work we do together involves exploration of a longer term issue, it might more likely be called Psychotherapy.
That said, there are more similarities between these terms than differences. What is most important is that you are able to work in a way that is most helpful to you. This means I use many techniques from across a range of modes of therapy in my work.
I am always happy to explain the ideas behind my ways of working and to discuss how we can work best together.
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