1. There is some fundamental difference between Counselling & Psychotherapy.
What matters to a client in distress is that the professional helper who works with them can listen to their problems and help them find some better way forward. In some contexts the term “Counsellor” is used more often (e.g. “Addiction Counsellor”); in other settings the term “Psychotherapist” is preferred (e.g. in private practice). Whether someone is called a Counsellor or a Psychotherapist, or both, they should be able to work with a client on a range of issues, for short-term or long-term work, as needed.
2. Counselling /Psychotherapy never works.
3. Counselling /Psychotherapy always works.
Very imformative and well written
Found this very interesting just wish they could decide on the title counsellor or psychotherapists save client confusing.
Really good website
Well written and informative, like the layout too.
Good source of information.
I like the new website; it is very informative and ‘friendly’ too.
Myths about psychotherapy are very real and I am glad , they are addressed.
Excellent article really well written
Very good article in terms of clarity, choice of contents and informative too.
There must be a good reason why the term ‘ Talking Therapist’ is not used more often instead of other ‘overlapping’ descriptors?