Psychotherapy Manchester & AltrinchamThere are many different kinds of psychotherapy, all of which aim to help people overcome stress or emotional problems. Psychotherapy involves talking together to help clients overcome their difficulties. Psychotherapy is often referred to as a ‘talking treatment’.
What to expect:Solution Focused Psychotherapy is future oriented:
The type of psychotherapy I practise is ‘Solution Focused Therapy techniques’ and is designed to reduce anxiety and calm the mind. As the name suggests it focuses on solutions for the future, rather than analysing problems of the past.
I use elements of CBT skills, and neuroscience to give you the tools and knowledge to help you regain control of your emotions, thoughts, behaviours and feelings.
Provided you are willing to make changes to the way you think, the therapy can be highly effective in relieving the symptoms of anxiety and stress.
Focusing on solutions means that although we do acknowledge problems at the start of your treatment, we do not need to dwell on problems of the past in order to move forwards.
- Acknowledge where you are currently
- Identify where you want to be
- Help you to make the necessary changes
How psychotherapy Manchester and Altrincham can help youPsychotherapy Manchester and Psychotherapy Altrincham is a much used form of therapy that is used to treat a variety of emotional and mental health problems. It is a talking therapy and it involves having sessions with a trained therapist.
The idea behind psychotherapy is that it encourages you to take a deeper look into the worries and problems that you have as well as dealing with a range of habits that could be having an effect on your life.
Whether it be psychotherapy Manchester or psychotherapy Altrincham that you need, you can expect to find it helpful to discuss the feelings that you have about yourself and if relevant, also those that are closest to you.
What is psychotherapy Manchester used to treat?
There are a wide variety of different mental health conditions that can be helped with psychotherapy. This includes:
- Anxiety disorders
- Eating disorders
- Drug and alcohol misuse