Core Process Psychotherapy

By: Jen Clark Core Process Psychotherapy  20/09/2010
Keywords: Counselling, psychotherapy, personal development

People can turn to psychotherapy or counselling in order to deal with a challenge or difficulty.  Some find it a valuable opportunity to explore their inner landscape and how this relates to the world around them.

The quality of the relationship between you and your therapist or counsellor is central to working together successfully. So it's important to choose a person who feels right for you.

We would therefore have a first meeting to see if working together feels comfortable.  It offers us both a chance to see how it feels and for any questions to be raised.  It's also an opportunity for you to consider what you want from therapy.

If we decide to continue we would work out how to go forward together and would commit to a block of sessions with regular reviews.  Sessions are usually weekly and tend to be for an hour.

As a senior trainee in Core Process Psychotherapy (PQMA) I am registered with the as a candidate-in-training and am bound by the Karuna Institute code of ethics. 

Keywords: Counselling, personal coach, personal development, psychotherapy

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