How Therapy Helps
Seeking change is the first step.
Seeking help is the second; problems often accompany feeling isolated or lonely.
Therapy can help with change by;
Having a new relational experience; we are in this together.
Feeling safe to open up parts that have felt unsafe to share before.
Gaining insight and awareness, we all have blind spots.
Noticing, experiencing and being present with your emotions; creating a natural flow again.
Reconnecting the mind and the body.
Acknowledging and validating the glimmers of transformation; this is key to growth.
Simply allowing yourself to slow down and be really heard.
Neural pathways are created in the brain from early relational emotional experience. If maintained these emotional experiences become well-trodden pathways over time and can significantly impact on how we experience
The brain has a tendency towards negative bias. This is a result of our ancestors many, many years ago needing to be ultra-alert to danger in order to survive.