Psychotherapy tends to look more deeply than counselling or CBT into the underlying issues and causes of our inability to live life as fully as we would like. It involves talking more about your past to help you overcome problems you’re having in the present. Psychotherapy is often a longer term therapy. Sessions are usually an hour long and can continue for a year or more.
There are different types of psychotherapy, but they all aim to help you understand more about yourself, improve your relationships and get more out of life. Psychotherapy can be especially useful in helping people with long-term or recurring problems to find the cause of their difficulties.
Find a Psychotherapist in London at the Bloomsbury Therapy Centre
Certified French Gestalt Therapist, offering relational and movement-oriented approach Gestalt psychotherapy for individuals and can work in French and English.
Approach to therapy based on psychodynamic principles and theories, incorporating CBT principles as appropriate. Special interests in facilitating assertiveness skills and person-centred counselling skills training.
Helen BougasBA, MSc, MBPsS, PgDip Specialist Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist
My approach to therapy is based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) principles and theories. I work in a personal-centred way which is tailored to the needs of the individual. My focus is to build a therapeutic relationship based on acceptance, unconditional respect and positive change.
Calm, confidential, non-judgemental space to explore your difficulties, self criticism and negative thoughts, and past and present behaviours and patterns. Experience includes workplace stress, anxiety, family and relationship issues, self esteem, perfectionism, life transitions and bereavement and loss.