The term therapy can be used to describe either counselling or psychotherapy and these terms are often used interchangeably. Simply put – the term counselling is often used to refer to short term work (perhaps 6 to 12 sessions for example), often focused on one specific issue. Psychotherapy is a term used to describe work that continues over a longer period (months or even years) and allows the therapist and client to work on deeper routed issues from as far back as childhood. Either way, counselling and psychotherapy are both an opportunity for you to talk in a safe, supportive and confidential space.
Given the right therapeutic environment, working with someone who is empathetic and non-judgemental will give you the chance to become more self-aware and work towards bringing about positive life changes.
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