Metamorphosis Therapy Centre
for children, adolescents, adults, couples & families
There is little difference between counselling and psychotherapy except that training for psychotherapy is usually a longer training and deals more with the deeper aspects of the inner self. In both counselling and psychotherapy, the relationship between therapist and client is paramount and, as recent research has shown, is more important than the orientation of the therapist or what method of therapy is used in the sessions. It is the trust which is built up within the containment of a safe and confidential space, which enables the client to speak openly and honestly about his/her issues, essential if healing is to occur. Non judgmental, the therapist listens attentively to the client and helps him/her make links, between childhood and other past experiences and his/her present difficulties. These may range from a vague dissatisfaction with life and loss of purpose, direction and meaning to more acute mental health problems. No problem is too small to bring to therapy as what at first appears insignificant often opens the door to deeper issues lying dormant in the psyche out of the client's conscious awareness, but which are the source of his/her current symptoms.
Counselling & Psychotherapy
- Relationship issues (peer, family, couple, sexual, work etc.)
- School & work issues (bullying, work/exam stress,
- Low self-esteem / self-confidence
- Lack of direction/motivation
- OCD, Eating Disorders, Gender Identity & Sexuality issues
- Abuse (sexual, physical, emotional)
- Life crisis, Transitions (e.g. puberty, adolescence, ageing)
The list below gives you an idea of some of the issues that clients bring to us:
Length of session: 50 mins.
Frequency: Weekly (it is best to meet weekly in the first instance for continuity and to gain the most out of the process).
Fees available on request