Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • There are many similarities between counselling and psychotherapy  - both seek to create a helping relationship in which the client can find inner resources for dealing with their difficulties without judgement and finding ways of living more effectively with a greater  sense of wellbeing.  Counselling is often used to describe shorter term therapy, perhaps focussing on a particular issue. Psychotherapy usually describes a longer term in-depth process, exploring and making sense of patterns from the past that are restricting the client's way of being in the present.  


       

  • Therapy can help you to work through difficult feelings and emotions, safely and in confidence - discovering the underlying cause of problems and clarifying ways of living more effectively, moving towards a greater sense of well-being, meaning and direction. It can be helpful for a wide range of difficulties including bereavement and other losses, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, loneliness, trauma, abuse and issues relating to sex and sexuality.


    Psychotherapy
  • Work related stress, problems concerning  health and disability and cultural issues are also issues that can be helped by therapy.


   

If you would like to find out more or arrange an appointment.... please call 01244  310113 or 07541 416936  or email anna@annaconstantine.com in complete confidence.