Psychotherapy - SafeHaven Trauma Centre
This is a talking therapy focused on creating change by understanding the underlying drivers behind why we do the things we do and how our past is influencing our present.
What happens in a session?
It is a proactive form of therapy that looks to increase the knowledge and understanding you have about you. It aims to help you change and grow as a person. At the end of therapy ideally you know yourself better and have more knowledge and greater skills in order to live your life.
Psychotherapy is a therapy that encourages and facilitates growth of the individual.
Short term psychotherapy usually requires 10-14 weekly sessions; however often psychotherapy will be used for mid to long term support, lasting 6 months to 2 years.
Sessions usually last for around 60-90 minutes.
Psychotherapy can take place:
- face to face
- individually or in a group
- online/over the phone
Is psychotherapy right for you?
Psychotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions. From major emotional disturbances, such as bipolar disorder or obsessive compulsive disorder through to stress management or personal growth and reflection, psychotherapy can be of significant benefit. You can expect to reduce or eliminate symptoms causing mental distress and have a greater understanding of the problems you face and strengthened coping skills.
As it is often a longer term approach commitment and individual responsibility are key to it being successful for you.