What makes some clients more 'successful' than others in therapy? Why do some clients get more out of therapy than do others? Is it all down to the nature of the therapeutic relationship or is it also about the relationship the client has with themselves?
Psychoanalytic/psychodynamic therapists used their internal experience (as well as external) to help a client come to understand themselves better. This article talks about a figurative and literal experience gained by the counsellor taking a different position before the session began.
Have you ever had counselling? What was the experience like for you? Was it helpful, scary, challenging, worthwhile? How much did it change your life – or not? We’re building a collection of articles on our website about all aspects of counselling and psychotherapy, and we’d really like to hear from people who have attended [...]
If you're looking for a guaranteed counselling room at the same time every week, and you're not too worried about the occasional empty session, then this new block booking option could be the answer you need.
One month on from our launch date and Marple Cross’ new website is already generating fresh business for our resident therapists, with several of our practitioners reporting new client referrals via their professional listings in our Therapist Directory. Promoting the therapy business Our aim in setting up the new site was to offer our therapists [...]
Making the decision to start counselling or psychotherapy can be a very difficult one because it can mean facing up to and acknowledging painful truths. The choice is whether or not to take a risk on finding a better life in future.