Lifecycle Psychotherapy and Counselling enquiries@lifecyclecounselling.co.uk 07913 346881
Lifecycle Psychotherapy and Counselling   enquiries@lifecyclecounselling.co.uk07913 346881

Psychotherapy

People often approach a therapist because they feel that there is a problem that they are facing in their lives, in their relationship’s, or within themselves. It is not unusual to find that an individual holds many beliefs and ideas around who they think they are and how they feel they should be living their lives. These beliefs and ideas are often limiting and viewed as unacceptable, leading a person to a place of distress.  Whatever the reason is for the distress, the ultimate aim must be to enable a person to feel better equipped to deal with life events and gain a greater sense of self awareness. The focus is not necessarily about “fixing” and “getting rid of” something. It is about being able to see the bigger picture of who we are and how we can build a different kind of relationship with ourselves, others and the world around us. In this way the distress can start to fall away, instead of being fought against.

What Psychotherapy can help with

Bereavement

Depression

Work Stress

Relationship Problems

Trauma

Abuse

Domestic Violence

Drug or Alcohol Problems

Anger 

Life Changes

Self-Harm
Eating Disorders

Anxiety

Sexual and Gender Diversity
 

It can also help with other issues, this list is not exhaustive.

 

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