The counselling process involves the use of psychotherapy to address chronic problems a client faces in relation to their emotional well-being. It gives a client the space to explore these problems and to find new and meaningful ways to manage them in their daily lives.
These are some other areas where counselling is effective
- Aggression & Violence
- Trauma and Stress Related Disorders
- Personality Issues
- Cognitive Disorders
- Communication Problems
& Many More
The counselling process is one that is effective is addressing problems which may not be very intense or extreme but do affect day to day functioning. Addressing such concerns while they are still within an individual’s control prevents the development of more serious issues at a later stage.
Your therapist would be able to discuss the details of the counselling process to you in relation to your concerns.