What happens in psychotherapy?

In psychotherapy you talk with a therapist – this provides an opportunity to explore difficult feelings and conflicts and begin to make sense of them. Over time difficulties can seem less overwhelming and the individual can be helped to develop resources for handling them.

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How does it work?

At the core of the psychotherapy is the relationship with the therapist. They work together to explore troublesome and often longstanding conflicts that can disturb and limit vitality in the present. In identifying and becoming aware of such patterns it is possible to understand and begin to change them.

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Who can it help?

Psychoanalytic psychotherapy can enable individuals to deal with a variety of psychological problems. It can help to improve their mental and physical health, and their capacity to lead more effective and satisfying lives. It can be of considerable benefit to people who suffer from specific problems like

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Contacting a Psychotherapist

The Psychotherapy Network, covering Oxford, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, provides contact with psychoanalytic psychotherapists, jungian analysts, psychoanalysts and child psychotherapists. It may be accessed through telephoning or sending an email on the Contact Page. You will be given the names of therapists in your area who have vacancies. Alternatively, they may be contacted directly. All members of the Psychotherapy Network have completed trainings recognised by The Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP) or by The British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and are members of appropriate professional organisations.

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