Psychotherapy Counselling for Stress, Anger & Anxiety
Psychotherapy and Stress Counselling in Central London
Stress sometimes overwhelms us and stops us from relating and functioning in healthy ways. Symptoms of stress include anger, panic attacks, social withdrawal, agitation, self-harm , sex addiction and increased use of drugs and alcohol. High stress levels can be caused by a variety of life situations including work pressure, difficult relationships, financial difficulties, a loss or bereavement.
Long term exposure to stress can lead to serious physical, as well as mental, health problems. Stress can raise blood pressure, suppress the immune system, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, contribute to infertility, and speed up the aging process. Over time, if not treated, stress, can cause long term depression.
Therapy and stress counselling can help the understanding of stress
Psychotherapy and counselling can help the individual work through the difficult, or overwhelming, feelings of stress, find the root cause of the problem and find a healthier way forward. Talking to a professional therapist who is non judgmental, discreet and understanding will enable the individual to gain clarity, perspective and relief.
The psychotherapy stress counselling clinic at The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice, in London’s Harley Street, offers a programme of six focused counselling/therapy sessions where the individual is encouraged to talk about the feelings and symptoms of stress experienced. The therapist will help enable the individual make sense of the difficult feelings and behaviours and help build strategies towards finding a healthier way of living.
The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice offers individuals stress counselling in a safe and discreet place…
… where it’s easier to express the overwhelming feelings of stress, discover the root cause of the difficulites and find relief from them.
The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice offers a six week course of stress counselling. This has been designed to help those who are undergoing an acutely difficult period of stress. This peak of stress could be caused by a wide variety of life events; pressure at work, the loss of a loved one, a crisis in a relationship or a sudden sense of fear and anxiety. Clients are seen once a week and the stress counselling is focused on the presenting difficulty which is explored and analysed in the session. This focused work gives clients clarity and relief and enables them to move forward and to progress in their lives.