J U L I E M O R L E Y
Psychotherapy, Counselling, Coaching and Women's Stress Consultancy
Deeping St James & Market Deeping, Peterborough
How the Psychotherapeutic & Wellbeing Coaching Process Works
I will work with you in a process which aims to switch on a personal process of psychological / emotional development.
It becomes your time and space for reflection and explores thoughts, feelings, ideas and personal identity and some history and it identifies through specialized therapeutic techniques, areas of interventions to remove emotional and psychological blocks which aims to allow movement on a psychological and emotional level.
This works to help bring a straightenning out of internal cycles which then allows space for anything underlying to surface and becomes available for processing and integrating.
During the coaching process, talkers learn to think, thinkers learn to talk and anxieties are unpicked. Feelings are acknowledged and the self is understood more clearly and this provides relief and promotes positive change in a multitude of ways.
The Psychotherapeutic coaching process tends not to attempt to fix the problem in a simple way, although good therapeutic intervention will always address the problem providing context and guidance.
Symptoms of distress reduce and internal or external conflicts can be transformed and understood. This gives a person an internal psychological and emotional skill set of being able to deal and cope with life's difficulties more effectively in the future and develop a pro-active approach to dealing with life.
A successful term in Personal Psychotherapeutic Coaching, whether it is long or short term aims to be life changing and self empowering bringing a deeper level of self understanding as we work together to bring insight in to your whole being.
Some of the reasons that trigger people to enter Psychotherapeutic & Wellbeing Coaching include:
Love relationships going wrong
Intimate relationships feeling in a rut,
A sense of losing touch with yourself,
Not knowing how you feel
A sense of not knowing who you are any more
Coping skills no longer working
The emotions that are felt or thoughts going on, have now become part of the problem