Psychotherapy Guildford

Psychotherapy uses a variety of treatments to help with various emotional challenges, psychological problems, and mental health problems.

Treatment usually lasts 1 to 2 years. Clients who are passionately determined to change and willing to put that effort into therapy report the most positive results. The goals of psychotherapy are to increase general well-being and improve relationships.

Psychotherapy revolves around a safe, supportive, and trusting relationship that allows clients to speak openly and honestly about their personal difficulties. It allows clients to talk about their concerns and feelings. This dialogue is used to overcome problematic thinking, feeling, and behaviour patterns that keep you from being your best self. The goal of therapy is to solve the problems that caused them and to teach new skills to better cope with future challenges.

In short, why do you do psychotherapy and why should you book a session?

An experienced therapist is action-oriented, solution-oriented and not just passive listeners. Their philosophy focuses on interactions and tangible results.

You will participate in lively discussions and active activities tailored to your specific needs. There is no one-size-fits-all approach.

Therapists and counsellors who offer psychotherapy are carefully selected and screened not only for their educational and professional background, but also for their unique achievements, achievements, and warm, client-focused personalities. Therapists and counsellors are friendly and easily accessible.

Interestingly, perhaps not surprisingly, psychologists often turn to psychotherapy when they want to find the cause of a particular short term or long term behaviour and change that behaviour. Both groups are known to take advantage of psychotherapy and counselling services not only for their clients and patients but also for themselves when needed.


What is a psychotherapist?

A registered psychotherapist is registered to practice psychotherapy. Different countries have different rules, regulations and procedures regarding registration. Psychotherapists work with individuals, couples, and families. There is a wide range of problems that a psychotherapist can solve. Psychotherapists help clients manage their mental health problems to lead more productive, healthier, and happier lives.


When should I come to psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy can help people who:

  • Face situations that cause stress, anxiety, or excitement.
  • Experiencing intense or unpleasant emotions such as anger, sadness, fear, frustration, or depression. Behaviour that does not fit your normal patterns, does not meet your needs or is problematic for you or others.
  • Thinking of strange, incomprehensible, uncontrollable, or disturbing thoughts.
  • Experiencing the aftermath of traumatic events such as sexual abuse, domestic violence, serious accidents, and criminal injuries.
  • Dealing with relationship problems and family conflicts.
  • Experiencing difficult life transitions, such as the death of a loved one, life-threatening illness, divorce, separation, or midlife crisis. They are plagued with family issues: parenting, parenting, youth, and ageing parents.
  • Need help with an addiction to smoking, alcohol, drugs, sex or gambling.
  • Is battling an eating disorder.
  • They face issues of gender identity, sexual orientation, racism and oppression.


You may benefit from psychotherapy if:

  • You feel an overwhelming and persistent sense of helplessness and sadness. Despite your best efforts and the help of family and friends, your problem does not seem to improve.
  • You find it difficult to concentrate on work or other daily activities.
  • You worry excessively, expect the worst, or are constantly nervous.
  • Your behaviour such as excessive drinking, drug use, or being aggressive and causing harm to yourself or others.


Get in contact today if you feel you need someone to listen.