Counselling is an often misunderstood form of therapy. When you come to see us, our Counsellors Private Therapy Clinic (Rather than one of the Psychologists or Psychotherapists), it won’t be to receive specific advice or instruction on what you should be doing to address your current situation. Counselors don’t offer evidenced-based Therapies like Psychologists and Psychotherapists, and for this reason, their fees are usually lower.

Counselling is a form of talk therapy where the focus is on opening up about your current life issues, but one in which you’re encouraged to do so in a way that allows you to come to your own realizations. The role of your Counsellor is to facilitate this process by asking the questions that help you peel away the layers of your issue so you can then address the underlying problem. In this sense, it’s very much a co-creative endeavor meant to empower you as the individual to take control of your own life.

It’s also important to point out that counselling is not a form of evidence-based therapy, in that, although it can certainly be of great benefit to you, it isn’t backed up by scientific research. If you would be more interested in a treatment that utilizes these kinds of techniques, we would recommend seeing one of our HCPC registered Psychologists or a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist.

What can counselling help with?

Counselling can help you cope with:

  • Mental health condition, such as depression, anxiety or an eating disorder
  • Upsetting physical health condition, such as infertility
  • Difficult life event, such as a bereavement, a relationship breakdown or work-related stress
  • Difficult emotions – for example, low self-esteem or anger.
  • Helps to manage the emotions (pain, sadness, fear, and anger).
  • Increases the ability to assimilate everyday events, strengthening the conquest of freedom.
  • Helps to make better and healthier decisions and with greater security, both on a personal level and in relationships, allows us to better organize the meetings we perform in everyday life.
  • Promotes personal growth. In addition to overcoming barriers and helping people give up inappropriate beliefs and feelings, therapy can help people increase many positive qualities, such as joy, self-esteem, self-care, and love.

Many people enjoy the therapy process in which they become more aware of themselves, of the world around them, and of their relationships. Therapy is not a tool reserved for people who suffer. It can be a formidable resource of life to fully realize its potential, enriching the important links that make up your world and therefore allowing you to be happier.

It doesn’t matter from which situation you're going through your life, there is always someone who is ready to help you. A private therapy Sheffield is one of the ways to see things a bit differently and have a proactive approach towards life. There's nothing better than taking the load off the shoulder by sharing it with a person whom you trust.

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