Psychotherapy

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This is a non-intrusive form of therapy where the person or persons have a confidential relationship with the therapist based on trust. Within sessions, clients talk about their mood, feelings, thoughts and behaviors, and explore these with the therapist. The therapist helps clients to achieve a greater level of self-awareness that will assist them in achieving a greater degree of behavioral control and understanding of themselves. The therapist may also teach clients coping skills and stress management skills as required for their particular situation or issues.

Over time this form of therapy leads to increased personal awareness & growth, more satisfying relationships, greater fulfillment in life and enhanced productivity. Psychotherapy can benefit and enrich the lives of most people.

Psychotherapy successfully addresses relationship/marital problems, family and stepfamily issues, grief & loss. Conditions such as anxiety disorders, anger issues, low self-esteem and many more are also successfully treated.