Top 5 most popular types of therapy
At 4TherapyUK, we deliver various types of psychological therapies to improve the mental health of people from all walks of life, of all ages. Let’s explore five of our most popular therapies.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
CBT is designed to transform the way you think, feel and behave for the better and can treat numerous mental health and physical problems. In CBT, your therapist will try to understand your present thought patterns to challenge harmful, false and harmful ideas. It can be used to treat phobias, addictions, depression, anxiety and more.
Our Energy 4 Life Wellness Coaching aims to reverse the negative impact the stresses of our day-to-day lives have on us. It is designed to empower you to live a more prosperous life and is based on energy psychology, exercise, consuming energy foods and encouraging a healthier energy balance.
Person Centred Counselling
This form of counselling aims to help you enjoy personal growth and come to terms with challenging events and problems. Clients are encouraged to express and explore feelings and can work with their therapist to identify positive and productive methods for moving overcoming their problems. Person-centred counselling can help people who have suffered from depression, bereavement, anxiety, relationship problems and sexual abuse.
Drug therapy and education
4Therapy’s Pete Dwan uses his own experiences to help people combat issues with legal and illegal drugs. Pete turned his life around by discovering Thai Boxing, in which he became a Btritsh champion. He delivers talks that inform people how the body becomes addicted to drugs, how the central nervous system works where drugs are involved, the impact of drugs on the mind and their long-term effects and achieving natural highs through exercise.
A significant number of our clients are now asking us to provide services over the internet. Modern technology means we can offer our services through Skype and other services, so you only need access to an internet connection and a smartphone, desktop, laptop or table to receive them. If travelling, illness or time prevent you from seeing us in person, or you’d simply feel more comfortable receiving therapy remotely, we can help.
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