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How do you deal with change?

 How do you deal with change?


It's hard to make changes in life, isn't it? Even with the best intentions and motivation, making changes and improving life is difficult. Has it been like that for you? What's your experience of change?

''Change is bumpy. It's not a straight road, and sometime we have to take a slightly different path, turn more corners than we thought, stumble across a rocky road or stay and look around for a while. Change and recovery is a bit like the picture below.'' (Alexandra O'Brien, Citizen17).

If you are looking to make changes, feel free to get in touch with us to access Integrative Therapy, Psychotherapy, CBT Therapy, Person-Centred Therapy, Counselling, Coaching, clinical hypnotherapy, SFBT and other one-to-one support.

Check out our website for more information about what we can offer or feel free to get in touch via email for information or with any questions you may have.

We have fully qualified and trainee therapists (who can offer low-cost appointments too) who can provide online or in-person appointments (in our Glasgow city centre offices.

Our therapists are all experienced, professional, highly qualified, encouraging and supportive and they all aim to tailor therapy and counselling to each person's needs and preferences.

Today is the day to start making changes and improving your quality of life!

Feel free to get in touch if you would like some support with making changes. 
 
 
Citizen17 Therapy, CBT and Counselling Services

W: www.citizen17therapy.co.uk
E: support@citizen17therapy.co.uk
 

 

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