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Billy Smith Therapy – Here to Help.
Therapy can help with many mental and emotional challenges. Talking about your thoughts and feelings can make you feel better. Sometimes you feel you can’t talk to people due to your history or relationship. If you’d like a confidential, non-judgemental and independent space to talk and heal contact us to book a session. Talk it out!
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”
– Carl Rogers
Individual counselling is helpful for a variety of reasons, such as increasing an individual’s self-awareness, encouraging self-exploration, identifying boundaries, enhancing communication skills and improving the use of healthy coping skills.
The benefits will lead to a shift in behaviour for the individual, which often decrease symptoms of mental health problems.
If you’re on your own, married, living together we’re here to help you. Lots of people have an idea of what relationship counselling is and think that you only need counselling when things get really bad.
We’re here whenever you need us. No matter what situation you face in your relationship.
Counselling is the most common form of talking therapy. It can help young people deal with issues and events and the effects they are having on their wellbeing.
Counselling could be recommended for young people who are basically healthy but who are struggling with a mental health disorder such as depression or eating disorders. It can address problems with anxiety, bereavement, bullying, anger, relationships, low self-esteem, and self-harm.
You don’t have to be a crisis to benefit from a therapy session. A situation or person may cause you stress. Maybe you don’t know who to talk to or how to talk to them.
Big decisions can often benefit from talking things through without concern for history or relationships. It may be a move – home or job or school. You may think you can’t talk to anyone. Want a confidential, non-judgemental place to air your concerns? Book a single session.