What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is like counselling however it covers more in-depth approaches and methods to therapy. This still includes one to one therapy and couples therapy, as well as face to face, skype and or telephone therapy. Psychotherapy can help with a variety of different mental health and emotional issues. Through therapy, you can learn to manage or eliminate your issues, increase your level of self-control and cope better on a day-to-day basis.
How do the therapy sessions work?
Psychotherapy can be done short term, for immediate issues or provided on a long-term basis, dealing with more deep routed or complex issues. The sessions length usually tend to be 50 minutes, unless you wish to book double sessions. You decide with your therapists about the frequency of your sessions, this can be weekly however you can have sessions every fortnight.
There are many different approaches in psychotherapy, which can be used to help you resolve your issues:
- Art therapy
- Behavioural Therapy
- Cognitive Analytical Therapy
- Couples Psychotherapy
- Gestalt Therapy
- Humanistic integrative
- Jungian Analysis
- Object Relations Therapy
- Solution-Focused Brief
- Systemic Therapies
- Transactional Analysis (TA)
We have therapists working from Kay’s Counselling office in Birmingham. All our therapists go through a rigorous interview process, aiming to ensure they have the skills and knowledge to help you work through your issues through counselling or psychotherapy.
All our therapists know the level of courage it takes for you to contact us to start your journey, we aim to match the same level of courage in our therapists, who have a desire to help you achieve your goals with their expertise.