How Counselling Can Promote Positive Mental Health
FAQs: How Counselling Helps
Once one positive outcome is obtained from counselling, motivation improves to continue sharing, and continue overcoming negative perceptions and conclusions.
Positive change encourages more positive change.
- Promotes fairer and more balanced conclusions about self
- Encourages more realistic comparisons of self against self, instead of self against others
- Allows individuals to express and give voice to internal concerns, worries, and self-talk, without worry that they will walk out or leave them as a result.
- Taking part in counselling allows you to share your feelings, with someone properly trained and equipped to deal with it, and help you. Often times friends are not appropriately equipped, and unable to handle the issues or negativity brought up. Addressing serious issues with a therapist can save *both* your mental health, and that of your loved ones and friends.
- A counsellor helps you identify and deal with problems of perception, quicker, and more accurately, than venting to a friend, as they have professional training, experience, and no previous personal connection with you, that might get in the way of honesty.
- Since a counsellor has no personal investment in their relationship with you, their impartiality means you get to meaningful insights - and better mental health - faster.
Our counsellors adhere to the BACP code of ethics and practice.
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