Remember that old BT advert, “It’s good to talk”? Talking therapy is exactly that! A chance to talk. Sometimes we need a listening ear; a space to talk openly about what is going on in our lives; an opportunity to process the thoughts in our heads. Many people find it difficult to talk openly with friends or family, so speaking to someone impartial, can be hugely beneficial.
Talking Therapy is unlike Thought Field Therapy, coaching or counselling. During this session, I will act as a sounding board, offering an empathetic and non-judgemental ear to help you work through any problems. It may just be an opportunity to let off steam and release anything that has been troubling you, as I offer support and gentle guidance about possible ways to move forward.
Talking Therapy can be helpful to explore a range of issues, including health anxieties, relationship problems or work stresses.
Sessions last for around 60 minutes and can be held in person or via video call. Typically clients may only need 1 or 2 sessions of talking therapy, as often the issues would have resolved by then (or at least the emotions surrounding life’s problems). However, it may be that we agree that another therapy, such as Thought Field Therapy, Reiki or Reflexology may be beneficial for you going forwards to work in more detail on any deeper issues.
Please note: Talking Therapy is not counselling. Should you feel the need to speak to someone who is medically trained you should contact your GP who can signpost you to relevant support services.