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Psychological services

Psychological services provide different treatment models and services that are based on scientific evidence of the study of mind and behavior.

What is counselling?

Counselling is a type of ‘talking therapy’ where people come to talk about their problems and life concerns in a safe confidential setting with a caring professional. Counselling can help people deal with a range of personal issues which they might be finding difficult to talk about or to deal with. Unlike friends or family members, professional counsellors do not have any personal biases towards the people who consult them or any judgments about the issues they bring to counselling. Counsellors allow people to explore their thoughts and feelings freely, and support them during difficult times. Counsellors guide people in times of stress and through the process of change. A counsellors role is not to tell people what to do or give advice. A counsellors role is to help people facilitate change in their lives, work out the causes of their problems and understand how their thinking can effect their feelings and behavior. A counsellor can help people to create action plans and develop coping strategies so they can deal with their issues or problems in a better way.

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What is counselling useful for?

Individual counselling is useful for people who want to see a counsellor by themselves to discuss their issues one-on-one. The issues people bring to counselling vary but may include:

  • relationship issues
  • anxiety and depression
  • mental health concerns
  • addictions
  • bereavement, loss and grief
  • work related stress
  • life changes
  • trauma

Couples counselling is useful for couples who want to discuss their relationship issues. The issues couple bring may include:

  • communication
  • conflict
  • parenting
  • life changes
  • trauma
  • intimacy issues
  • family relationship issues

Family counselling is useful when families have communication issues and experience stressful events which impact negatively on the family as a whole. Family therapy allows each family member to have his or her say without being restricted by their age, status or role in the family.

Approaches to counselling There are many approaches to counselling. The different counselling methods are sometimes referred to as modalities. The type of counselling used will depend on the issues you want to discuss, your counsellor’s training and their preferred modality. Counsellors won’t necessarily use the same approach with all people because they recognize everyone is different and some approaches are more suitable for a person than others.

Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is the psychological specialty that provides continuing and comprehensive mental and behavioural health care for individuals and families.
Clinical Psychology provide services that assess, diagnose and treat mental health issues and difficulties. For each difficulty clinical psychologists rely on a therapy treatment models to intervene.

Clinical Psychologists also use a variety of tests and scales to understand the nature and causes that underpin an individuals experiences and difficulties.

There are many form s of Psychotherapies like CBT( Cognitive behavior therapy ), DBT ( Dialectic Behaviour therapy ), ACT ( Acceptance and Commitment therapy ), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.

Please see our Useful resources section for more details on these therapies.

Clinical Psychologists at LifeWorks Holistic Counselling center can see a range of difficulties and conditions as below…

  • anxiety and depression
  • mental health concerns of varied nature
  • addictions
  • bereavement, loss and grief
  • trauma
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Phobias
  • Adjustment disorders
  • Bipolar affective disorder, specifically Depressive episodes
  • Personality disorder s and mild personality traits
  • Psychological issues related to Forensic and criminal behavior