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Here's this week's Monday Motivation Have a good day!
IT CAN BE DAUNTING STARTING THERAPY OR COUNSELLING....CAN'T IT?
Starting therapy and counselling can be a daunting and
anxiety-provoking step to take for many. Whether you have decided to
talk to a therapist for mental health concerns such as depression or an
eating disorder; personal development goals, such as increasing
confidence or developing assertiveness; or you are experiencing
relationship problems, grief and bereavement, therapy and counselling
can be very beneficial. It offers you dedicated time and space to talk through your worries and concerns and work towards any goals that you may have.
Whatever the case may be, talking to a professional about some of the
struggles you are experiencing is a great step forward. However, it can
be daunting at times, can't it? This is ok - most people engaging
with therapy, counselling or other forms of support will experience
initial anxiety and hesitation. Part of therapy involves you and your
therapist getting to know…
#FridayFacts Every Friday we'll post some 'facts' and information about mental health. This topic and focus of 'facts' will vary from week-to-week. This week's facts focus on 'myths about therapy and counselling'. Please see the picture below. If you are looking to access support, therapy, CBT, coaching, counselling, talking therapies, stress management sessions or guided self-self sessions in Glasgow city centre, please see the following two links to talk to a qualified, experienced, understanding and warm therapist/counsellor. 1. www.eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk 2. https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellors/citizen17-therapy''Make the change today: there is no time like the present and there is never a 'right' time to make those changes. So make today the day and start working towards making life a little bit better!''. (Alexandra O'Brien).