Unity Movement Counselling
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ (Frequently asked Questions)
Q1. How do I know if I need counselling help?
A1. People often ask, ‘do you think I need counselling?’ It’s difficult to answer this. If someone tells you 'you need counselling' it can make you feel that your problems must be really bad. The decision to see a private counsellor is always a matter of personal choice rather than something you 'must' do. A better question is, ‘might I benefit from trying counselling?’ Many people, whatever their situation, have found counselling extremely helpful. It tends to be more useful, effective and successful if you have chosen to come because it feels like the right thing for you, rather than someone else telling you to go because you ‘need’ counselling.
Q2. Why can’t I just talk to friends?
A2. Friendships play a vital role in helping people overcome substantial challenges in life. It provides long-term statistical evidence of the enormous benefit these valued social relationships have on adults and we can often feel better after talking with a friend– for a while. However, talking rarely results in a fundamental change, and as such the same problems are likely to occur again unless we actively find the root cause and change it and that requires professional counselling help.
Q3. What does a counsellor do?
A3. A counsellor is trained to listen and guide you through a process to help you resolve your issues and problems. We create a safe environment that helps you explore your problems and issues without judgement. your counsellor can also provide you with tools to help you bring about the change you want in your life.
Q4. How can counselling benefit me?
A4. The counselling process is designed to...
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