Most people find major changes in their life challenging. Sometimes change can be stressful, and even positive changes can force a person to re-evaluate 'the story of their life'. Changes in relationships; coming to terms with loss; unfamiliar life transitions; mental illness; struggling to establish new support networks - these can all be factors that might lead people to seek help.
Everybody appreciates the value of seeking professional advice and support when they experience distressing physical problems. On the other hand we often pay less attention to psychological concerns, which can often surface at times of stress and uncertainty. Talking therapies have the potential to help people address and understand their concerns and develop an awareness of how our inner world can affect our wellbeing.
Psychological Wellbeing-sometimes described as experiencing contentment with ourselves and our life - is a valuable resource, and effective professional support and guidance can often help individuals find ways to experience a more complete sense of wellbeing and security. Each person is unique, so the talking therapies available at Cheshire Counselling and Psychotherapy can be tailored to suit our client's individual requirements. Our therapists have experience of providing individual counselling/psychotherapy, relationship counselling, mindfulness-based CBT and coaching.
contact us if you would like to find out more about how talking to a therapist might help you.