Why have Contemporary Counselling or Psychotherapy?
Emotional pain of any sort can make life miserable for many people, and that experience may be depressing or destructive for themselves or others.
Our minds can also affect our bodies in different ways, so that, for example, if someone were feeling a lot of anxiety about something, it might lead to feeling physically ill in some way, or perhaps eating or sleeping badly.
From a holistic viewpoint, therapy can work with you in ways which help you look at how and where you've been having a problem, and what specific steps you can take which will help you move forward. Sometimes it helps to be able to view past events in a way thats more helpful to living your life now. It's a flexible approach, focused on you and your personal solutions. Whatever the problem, there are ways through it.
Deb Challacombe is trained in contemporary psychotherapy, hypnosis and in brief therapy. She specialises in enabling people to reduce their personal anxieties down to more manageable levels, so that they are able to face life's ups and downs more easily.
Everyone has unique problems and needs, and so therapy is undertaken with respect for that individual. She uses a combination of therapeutic approaches, such as brief therapies including CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) with hypnosis if it is desired.
Deb has worked with people experiencing anxiety and pain since 1983. She has further training in different therapeutic approaches which enable people to overcome their difficulties, and has regular supervision for her work, which is a requirement for all qualified psychotherapists.
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