PSYCHOTHERAPY TREATMENTS AT MANCHESTER THERAPY CENTRE
Psychotherapy treatments are available Monday to Friday 10.00 am - 8.00
pm and Saturday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm.
All psychotherapists at the Manchester Therapy Centre are fully
qualified and experienced.
enters psychotherapy because they are suffering with anxiety,
depression, panic, phobias, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive
disorder, adolescent rebellion, drug abuse, school phobia, wife
beating, compulsive promiscuity, etc.
person enters psychotherapy the common element among all these
problems is that their behaviour, feelings, thoughts, perceptions
seem irrational. They cannot understand why they feel so angry, so
depressed, so obsessed with triviality. They have lost themselves
and they are stuck in unproductive, unsatisfying, even
self-destructive patterns of feelings and behaviour.
Psychotherapy is not necessarily always nurturing. You need to feel
you can trust your therapist, but itís not necessary that you always
be comfortable. In fact, if your therapistís questions donít stir up
a little discomfort, you may not be getting anywhere. Sometimes
therapy can even feel slightly brutal.
Psychotherapy is not advice. Part of what brings you to treatment is
that youíve become lost in advice and canít sort out who to heed;
the last thing you need is yet another voice to consider. The goal
of treatment is for you to rediscover your own voice, your own
priorities, and the courage to act on them.
A good way to think of this distinction between psychotherapy and
something that is therapeutic -- advice, support, teaching about
feelings and behaviour is to consider: Does it foster insight. This
insight is a kind of intensely personal and energizing experience
that needs to be at the heart of all good psychotherapy treatments.
To make an
appointment for Psychotherapy treatment please ring 07956
with the ability to self regulate and modulate emotions
A clearer, more stable and confident self image
Richer and more satisfying relationships
Insight into the role played within the family system and how it
relates to patterns and relationships with others
New choices around behaviour, responses and reactions
Increased skills in identifying and satisfying your own needs
Better self awareness - with the ability to 'feel' what is happening
in your body, resulting in greater creativity, spontaneity and
emotional strength - 'aliveness'
Awareness and respect for your own and others' boundaries
Find new ways to cope with stress and anxiety--to manage anger,
depression, and other emotional pressures
Improve communications skills--learn how to listen to others, and
have others listen to you.
Get "unstuck" from past relationships and family issues--break old
patterns and develop new ways of dealing with old issues
Heal old psychological wounds--repair damage from the past
Discover creative ways to problem-solve
Improve your self-esteem and boost your self-confidence
Increase your ability to love yourself and love others--enrich your
relationships with a greater capacity for respect, compassion, and
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