Counselling or Psychotherapy?
Below is an explanation the general differences between counselling, psychotherapeutic counselling and psychotherapy. Each type of therapy helps you heal the wounds that have separated you from who you really are and to work at such depth, I have undergone extensive personal psychotherapy and training integral to PGDip, MA and UKCP regulations.
Counselling is ideal for those clients with an issue that arises and consistently hinders them in their life. The support can be short or longer term.
Psychotherapeutic Counselling is a particular way of working that is dependent on the working relationship between client and therapist and can be a game-changer with issues that might have previously felt hopeless and even ‘too big' and offer a new perspective and hope.
Psychotherapy is much more in depth work that can be either medium or longer term but provides the opportunity for total life transformation as together the client and the therapist work to heal trauma and the effects of painful histories.
Following on from this are pages which describe how psychosynthesis works as a modality and also some of the many therapy models I might work with.