A central focus in therapy is teaching individuals how to understand their emotions and how to adaptively relate to and process them.
Most of us go to therapy because, at some level, to some degree, we recognise we need to change. Things aren\’t working as they are. Relationships at home, at work, or more generally aren\’t functioning anymore. We can\’t go on as things are. Some of the time, it is external circumstances that need changing but
There will come a day, after months of waiting, desperate for some kind of help, that you won’t want to do therapy. This might coincide with the time you decide to stop taking your meds, out of some mixture of not feeling that they’re working anymore, the return of your self-destructive impulses, and your self-reassurance
Group psychotherapy, like Individual therapy, can help with a wide range of emotional difficulties. It is however particularly suited to anyone wishing to gain insight and improve the way they relate to others. Being in a therapy group offers an opportunity to explore the types of interaction we may tend to get into with other