Telephone Counselling- Telephone Administered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

By: Cognitive Behavioural Therapist  01/08/2010
Keywords: mental health, Parking, Counselling

Question: What is telephone counselling? Answer: Telephone counselling and/or telephone administered cognitive behavioural therapy is similar to seeing a counsellor face to face for therapy but there is no travelling for either client or therapist and can be conducted in any setting where there is use of a telephone so is fully adaptable to a client,s lifestyle and circumstances. Telephone counselling is particularly useful to people who have agoraphobia, panic attacks, disabled, housebound, have young children, are carers, have busy schedules and live in remote areas.
Question: How do I pay for telephone counselling? Answer: UK telephone counselling therapy session fees are completed through Paypal, Mastercard, American Express, Visa, Solo, Direct Debit, Maestro or Switch payments made safely and securely through the website. Payments can be made for individual telephone counselling therapy sessions or as block bookings. The telephone counselling therapy or telephone administered cognitive behavioural therapy sessions are £30 inclusive of UK telephone charges.
 Question: What issues can telephone counselling help with? Answer: Redundancy, depression, OCD, work related stress, anxiety, stress management, assertiveness training, low self esteem, phobias, social anxiety, panic attacks, negative thinking, substance abuse, relationship issues, motivation and procrastination are just a handfull of the issues that telephone counselling therapy can be of help dealing with.
Question: Why do you provide only UK based telephone administered cognitive behavioural therapy and telephone counselling? Answer: Although there are many countries that have English as their first language I feel that I have more empathy and understanding of the cultural background, lifestyle and issues that are relevant to people of England, Scotland, Wales and their UK counties.
Question: Can cognitive behavioural therapy be effective for telephone counselling? Answer: I use cognitive behavioural therapy in my UK based telephone counselling therapy work as it is particularly usefull for confidence building, anxiety management, panic attacks, redundancy issues, low self esteem, problem solving and challenging negative thinking patterns and behaviour etc. Telephone administered cognitive behavioural therapy also focuses on homework tasks outside of the telephone sessions to encourage and enable the client to make ongoing changes on a day to day basis.
Question: What is the process involved in your UK telephone counselling therapy sessions? Answer: The first step in the process is to contact me either by email or telephone so I can make a free initial assessment of your therapy needs and gain some background into your own particular problem to see if i can be of help to you-there is absolutely no obligation to commence telephone counselling at this stage. If you feel that this will help you we would then agree a date and time for your UK based telephone administered cognitive behavioural therapy sessions to start after you have made your first payment. The telephone counselling sessions/telephone administered cognitive behavioural therapy sessions are relevant to the issues that you are dealing with such as depression, panic attacks, low self esteem, assertiveness, social anxiety, motivation, over-worrying etc to help and guide you through the therapy process. A typical therapy session lasts an hour and can be booked for between 9am and 9pm Monday to Friday and at certain times on a Saturday or Sunday weekend depending on availability. I pay for the phone call to you so please make sure you are available and ready because the telephone sessions are pre-paid. If 24 hour notice is given we simply arrange a date and time that is more suitable for your particular commitments and lifestyle.
"Bringing UK Telephone Counselling and Telephone Administered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to England, Wales and Scotland covering the UK Counties of Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, Cumberland, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, Durham, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Kent, London, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Linconshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Westmorland, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Westmorland, Yorkshire, Anglesey, Brecknockshire, Caernarfonshire, Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Denbigshire, Flintshire, Glamorgan, Merioneth, Monmouthshire, Montgomeryshire, Pembrokeshire, Radnorshire, Aberdeenshire, Angus, Forfarshire, Argyllshire , Ayreshire, Bannfshire, Berwickshire, Buteshire, Cromartyshire, Caithness, Clackmannanshire, Dumfriesshire, Dunbartonshire, Dumbartonshire, East Lothian, Haddingtonshire, Fife, Inverness-shire, Kincardineshire, Kinross-shire, Kirkcudbrightshire, Lanarkshire, Midlothian, Edinburghshire, Morayshire, Nairnshire, Orkney, Peebleshire, Perthshire, Renfrewshire, Ross-shire, Roxburghshire etc"

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