Counselling is a talking therapy which can allow a patient to discuss their issues and emotions in an open and discreet environment. The counsellor is trained to listen and can help you deal with any negative thoughts and feelings you may be experiencing. Therapists can provide a setting where you are free to explore your emotions and help you find insight in to your problems. We appreciate that you may not be familiar with all of the different models of counselling treatment available, this is something that you will be advised on and is something that the therapist will talk to you about during your initial session, removing the stress of choosing the right mode of counselling for yourself.
Counsellors can often help with problems such as depression, anxiety, drug abuse, eating disorders and may be useful when experiencing one of the below;
Distress following a bereavement or loss
Sadness or emptiness
In addition to individual counselling, you can seek support in the form or relationship or family counselling. If you are experiencing problems in your relationship or as a family, counselling can assist to assess your problems and help with communication and trust, in addition to resolving conflict and improving relations. Sessions can take place in the form of one to one sessions or as a group, and different approaches may be taken. Counselling is likely to integrate different methods and elements of therapy, to suit the goals of the treatment. For instance, with children, sessions involving drawing and visual expression may be utilised to help create an engaging environment.
Curian Minds can offer fully comprehensive services, extensively across the UK. All of our counsellors are fully trained and experienced to help you move forward. We can provide the following services nationwide;
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
Mindfulness-Based/Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT)
Solution Focused Brief Therapy
The list is not extensive, so please contact us should you have any questions. Contact Us