Personal Counselling and Psychotherapy

By: New Insights Counselling  02-02-2015
Keywords: Counselling, Psychotherapy, Stress Management

We offer personal counselling and psychotherapy when you need help dealing with present or past relationships. Often feeling of anger, anxiety, panic, sadness or depression can be reduced by helping your reflect on your relationship and yourself. Counselling usually aims to address a particular situation you are facing. Psychotherapy helps you make a personal transformation. For adults, after after marriage or long term relationship ends, it is often important to address the past and current feelings of sadness, fear, anger, guilt or shame . When you or your partner decide to leave a relationship, there are often many unresolved internal issues. By reflecting on the past relationship, it is possible to learn more about yourself and your own needs. This can be very helpful to sort out – particularly if you want a to be in a new relationship in future. Perhaps your former partner has damaged your self esteem and you want to rebuild your self as well as forge an new chapter in your life.

Keywords: Anger management, Counselling, Depression Counselling, Divorce Support, Grief Counselling, individual counseling, Lonliness, Marriage And Family Therapist, Professional Counselling, psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Relationship Problems, Self Esteem, Self-Absorbed, Separation Support, Stay or Leave, Stress Management,

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