Psychotherapy is a term that refers to working with a psychologist or psychotherapist to overcome any problems impacting on your life.
These problems might be recent (such as a recent trauma or upsetting event) or be related to longstanding or childhood difficulties. Though past experiences have the ability to impact on our current emotional state, it is possible to work through difficulties, even those from many years ago to feel better and improve the way we respond to other people and the world itself.
Psychotherapists have specialist training in working with a variety of approaches and are skilled in helping people with complex problems. Sometimes these problems might related to things going on at the minute, or difficulties related to past experience.
Psychotherapy can help you overcome and work through a range of issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship problems to name a few.
By employing different psychotherapies, such as Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), counselling, Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and other forms of psychotherapy, our psychotherapists in Newcastle can help you overcome difficult experiences and troublesome thoughts, feelings and emotions leading to improved wellbeing and a better quality of life.
All of the psychotherapies we offer are proven to help with a variety of problems and are delivered by experienced specialists in their field. They can be conducted one-to-one, with couples, or with groups and families where appropriate.
What Can Psychotherapy Help With?
Our team of psychotherapists, counsellors and psychologists can help you overcome a range of problems including:
The Process of Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy can be short or long term, depending on the issues at hand and each individual and the frequency and number of sessions needed to help may vary from person to person.
Usually, you might arrange to meet weekly or fortnightly with your psychotherapist to help explore and overcome your difficulty.
Each session with your therapist leads to better understanding of your difficulty, and developing effective coping strategies that come from talking through your problem in a non-judgmental and safe environment.
All of our psychotherapists in Newcastle are highly experienced, and registered with their respective professional body to ensure that you get the best care available.
Contact our Psychotherapists in Newcastle
Our team of experienced psychotherapists in Newcastle are able to help with a range of problems, and are available for face-to-face and online appointments via Skype, Zoom, Facetime and WhatsApp Video.
If you’re looking for psychotherapy in Newcastle but aren’t sure what approach is best for you, we can help you identify the most suitable therapy and psychotherapist, psychologist or counsellor to help.
Contact us today using the box below or call us on 07966 645 198 to talk to one our team today.
Dr Stuart Sadler
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling
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