Psychotherapist in London

If you are looking for a psychotherapist in London, this article might help you.

If you need to speak to someone professionally about a problem you are having at the present, help is at hand. All people have problems in life and often they go to a parent, friend or member of the family for help. However, when problems become too intense, and when the problem feels insumountable, it is helpful to go to a trained professional-that is to say, to a trained psychotherapist.

If you are looking for a psychotherapist in London, it is important that you choose the right one for you. This is a difficult task. Do you choose a Freudian psychotherapist, an Adlerian psychotherapist, a Kohutian psychotherapist, a Jungian psychologist, a Kleinian psychotherapist, or a humanistic therapist? Often, this question comes down to rapport. You would be well advised to try at least a couple of therapists. Try them out before you make a commitment. It is important not to embark on, say, three sessions are week before you know what you are getting into. You must feel that you trust your psychotherapist. It is important that you have some say in the treatment programme.

David Kraft, at 10 Harley Street, points out that, ‘if you are not in control of your psychotherapy, you can’t be in control of your life’. The first stage of gaining control of your life is to set your own goals in the psychotherapy.

Which psychological disorders are psychotherapists trained to treat?
Psychotherapists are trained to work with a huge number of conditions, although they do not work with people on the psychotic spectrum.

Here is a list of conditions that respond to psychotherapy. This list is not meant to be a complete list; however, it goes some way to show how versatile psychotherapy is as a therapy.

Psychotherapy can be used to treat the following:

Anxiety

Eating Disorders

Grief

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Snoring

Depression

Sexual Dysfunction

Anger

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)

Alcoholism

Migraines

Panic Attacks

Performance Anxiety

Phobias (including arachnophobia, snake phobia, flying phobia, driving phobia etc.)

Social Anxiety

Agoraphobia

Speech Problems

How do I book an initial psychotherapy session?

One used to have to get a referral letter from one’s general practitioner; however, now, all one needs to do is to phone the psychotherapist directly. For an appointment at London Psychotherapy, phone 020 7467 8564, now.

Where are the psychotherapy sessions held and how long do they last?

London Psychotherapy, and the specialist partner, London Hypnotherapy UK, are based at 10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF, UK. The initial consultation is one hour, and subsequent sessions are 50 minutes.

 

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