Do you know that as well?
- Do you have difficulties in your
relations with family members
- Do you have the feeling of turning
around in circles with certain conflicts
with your partner?
- Are you faced with a difficult phase in life (e.g. loss of a family
- Do you have conflicts with colleagues?
- Would you like to change your professional situation?
- Are you often sad or depressed?
- Do you have physical complaints or sleeping problems?
- Is just everything going wrong at the moment?
- Are you struggling with events and/or issues of your past?
- Or is it maybe that you simply want to talk about certain things
Then psychological counselling or a therapy could be helpful for you.
In my understanding, the distinction between counselling and therapy is not clear-cut. Counselling is often a more short-term oriented process. Therapy is typically somewhat longer, involves more aspects of life and possibly addresses a more difficult problem.
In any case, the client and his specific concerns are at the centre. A supportive process can contribute to achieving a desired change, reducing stress or regaining of (physical) well-being. Conversations can relieve from a burden, strengthen resources and bring back ability to act.