Adult Counselling & Psychotherapy
What is Therapy?
Talking therapies are an effective treatment for many common emotional and mental health problems, as well as a useful resource for people undergoing any life crisis or change period. In therapy, a trained professional will listen carefully, and mindfully guide you to explore all factors relating to the issue you are coming with and help you to find the best way to move forward.
Counselling tends to be a short-term intervention, focusing on a specific issue and usually ranging from 6 – 20 sessions. Psychotherapy tends to be a longer-term intervention (months to years) addressing concerns which have built up over a long period of time. This may include depression, anxiety disorders, recurrent relationship difficulties, emotional eating, an ongoing dissatisfaction with life, or addressing the after effects of abuse or other trauma. Psychotherapy is also suitable for anyone wishing to increase self-awareness and develop self-confidence in relationships and social situations.
Types of Therapy
There are various theoretical approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy, and at RHCP we aim to offer a variety of these approaches to deliver a diverse service. Types of therapy arise from different perspectives that involve certain assumptions about the functioning of human beings. For some people the therapists theoretical approach is very important, however for others it is less so.
“My therapist was excellent, we had a good professional relationship, he was able to understand me quickly and be patient when needed.”
Therapy at RHCP?
We host a team of expert Associate Independent Practitioners to offer a comprehensive array of psychological therapies. At RHCP we take pleasure in bringing therapists and clients together within an environment that is safe, comfortable and designed specifically for the delivery of psychological therapies.
By choosing an RHCP Ltd Associate Therapist you can be certain that:
- Your therapist is highly qualified & highly experienced
- Your therapist is supervised
- Your therapist regularly evidences continued professional development
- Your therapist’s practice is reviewed and monitored
- Your therapist has been DBS cleared
- Your therapist is adequately insured to deliver psychological therapies
Why might you come for therapy?
Illness or disability
A sense of being stuck
A general sense of dissatisfaction
A lack of purpose
Difficulty making decisions
Body image difficulties
Loss of meaning
Emotional relationship with food (both under and over eating)
Loss of identity
Issues around self-worth and self-esteem
Sexual, physical, financial and/ or emotional abuse survival
Gender or sexual identity issues
Racial or cultural identity issues
Stress, Anxiety, Depression
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
ADHD – ASD – Autism
Skin picking/ hair pulling
Complex Trauma (CPTSD)
Life Stage issues
Divorce or separation
Bereavement and loss
Relationship & Family Issues
Feelings of loneliness and isolation
Problems with intimacy and sex
Problems connecting with friends and family
Fidelity, trust and jealousy issues
Uncertainty about the future of a relationship