WE ALL GO THROUGH THE PROVERBIAL FIRES OF CHANGE, OF LIFES UPS AND DOWN, SWINGS AND ROUNDABOUT, ITS INEVITABLE AND PART OF THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE, BUT WE DONT HAVE TO GO THROUGH IT ALONE.
Psychotherapy is a general term used to describe the interaction between a client and a therapist that is intended to alleviate the client’s psychological and emotional difficulties.
Many people use the terms ‘counselling’ and ‘psychotherapy’ interchangeably, however there are some important differences. Counselling is usually shorter in length, and focused on reducing or alleviating a particular issue or problem the client is experiencing. Psychotherapy is more often a longer-term process involving exploration of the client’s history and ultimately a deeper change to the client’s sense of self than merely alleviation of their presenting problem.
At Sat Nam Institute we specialise in:
- Women’s health issues
- Sexual abuse and assault history
- Depression, anxiety and stress
- Victim of violence/ crime
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Dissociative disorders
- Pregnancy options counselling
- Addictions and the addictive personality
- Eating disorders
- Burn out and fatigue