Types of Counselling:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) looks at the thoughts, emotions, physical feeling and actions, of the client in order to see how they affect each other. It is useful for many issues, especially phobias, depression and anxiety.
Psychodynamic Therapy aims to understand how unconscious thoughts might be affecting current behaviours and feelings.
Person-centered Therapy (also known as client-centered counselling) focusses on your value as a person, which when given without prejudice, can help an individual to have greater self-awareness and to wholly accept who they are.
Mindfulness is a technique used to gain greater awareness of one's emotions and improve general well-being.
Creative Therapy uses art materials such as paints, clay, miniature toys and other media to communicate and provide insight into issues, emotions and feelings.