What Is Psychotherapy? - Embleton Psychotherapy
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What Is Psychotherapy?

People seek therapy for myriad reasons – often they feel lost, ‘stuck’, or wish to change, understand or better cope with an aspect of their lives. It is a creative collaboration in a confidential, safe, non-judgemental space in which to explore and heal.

 

In therapy we explore the client’s position towards their current issues within the context of their past relationships and experiences – who they are, where they are and what they face. We reflect upon the unique constellation of significant events, relationships, self-construct, core values, assumptions, world-view, culture, religious, spiritual or philosophical beliefs. It’s an in-depth process and it takes time to unfold these complex conscious and unconscious aspects of the self.

 

Together, we identify patterns as they arise and examine unconscious assumptions, reactions and motivations, piecing together the puzzle of what is troubling the client, so that old wounds can heal and the client is supported in moving forward in a more satisfying and meaningful way.