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What is Psychotherapy?

The term ‘psychotherapy’ is used to describe a large range of talking therapies which are designed to get to the root cause of many emotional or psychological problems, often related to stress and/or anxiety which in turn create many psychosomatic symptoms or issues.

The specific differences between counselling and psychotherapy are that counselling therapies prefer to listen, while you find your own answers to your own problems. Psychotherapy is more able to provide solutions to symptoms through the use of therapeutic techniques to help you reach your goals, and can offer more in-depth answers to help you overcome your symptoms or problems.

Psychotherapy may involve exploring in-depth your feelings, beliefs and thoughts, including those from childhood, enabling a fuller understanding of your problems and/or symptoms. Given the often sensitive nature of the issues discussed, developing a trusting relationship with the psychotherapist is paramount to effective treatment.

The Centre prides itself on its reputation and dedication to all who enter its doors:

The York Therapy Centre has a strict and unconditional code of practice and ethics to the highest order, which often surpasses recommendations from any associated professional associations.

Each therapist at the Centre, holds professional qualification certificates in their own specialist field of therapy, together with professional indemnity insurance certificates. All therapists at this Centre have at least seven years’ experience in their own specialist fields of expertise and agree to be bound to a code of practice second to none, which is enforced to ensure your first-class treatment, therapy, and care – always.

The Centre and or individual therapists who practice at the Centre, are full members of at least one professional association and are often full members of multiple accredited professional associations regarding their fields of expertise.

Your Private and Confidential Treatment, together with the cure of your symptoms is our only goal. Your therapy, clinical treatment and your personal details, are strictly confidential. NO-ONE, not even the reception staff, will ever know why you have visited the centre.

 

A Brief History of Psychotherapy

The term ‘psychotherapy’ is used to describe a range of talking therapies to help patients or clients overcome many problems such as relationship issues and/or emotional difficulties, stress and anxiety based symptoms.

The specific differences between counselling and psychotherapy are that counsellors are trained to listen, where as a psychotherapist can offer more in-depth solutions and techniques over a longer period of time if required.

Psychotherapy looks at finding the root cause of your symptoms and removing that root cause, therefore solving the symptoms. It may involve exploring in-depth your feelings, beliefs and thoughts, including those from childhood, to reach a fuller understanding of the root causes and where they came from. Given the often sensitive nature of the issues discussed, developing a trusting relationship with the psychotherapist is paramount to effective treatment.

 

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Although different forms of Psychotherapy and it’s therapy were established, the major change came in the 1950s, when a psychologist named Carl Rogers developed person centred psychotherapy which viewed all individuals as unique and requiring unique solutions to their problems. Under this view, the role of the therapist was to create a comfortable, empathic and non-judgemental environment which would aid patients find their own solutions to their problems. While this view of therapy forms the basis of modern-day psychotherapy, there are many approaches that are currently in use.

The different forms of psychotherapy include:

Person centred / Humanistic Psychotherapy
Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Integrated Therapy 

What Does Psychotherapy Look Like in Practice?

A psychotherapy session will often involve your Psychotherapist encouraging you to talk and explore your feelings, past memories and experiences.

As part of this exploration, your therapist may use particular techniques such as imaging or dream work to help structure your thoughts. Sessions will generally take place at the same time and place each week and will last in the region of 45 minutes. Each client is different and presents with different problems, so each session will be different and during the first session, your Psychotherapist may talk you through the terms of your working goals.

Regardless of the therapeutic approach and techniques adopted, the underlying aim of therapy is to help clients develop a sense of mastery and control over their problem.

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