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The UK Council for Psychotherapy suggests that the aim of psychotherapy is to “help clients gain insight into their difficulties, establish a greater understanding of their motivation and enable them to find more appropriate ways of coping or bring about changes in their thinking and behaviour. Psychotherapy involves exploring feelings, beliefs, thoughts and relevant events, sometimes from childhood and personal history in a structured way with someone trained to help you do it safely”. Therapy can be short or long term depending on the nature of the problem and can be provided to all age groups in individual and group settings.
What happens in therapy?
As clients and their problems differ so do their therapy sessions. Common to all is that psychotherapy offers a safe, confidential space in which the client is encouraged to explore, talk about themselves, their life experiences, feelings and emotions, ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour past and present. It is out of this dialogue with the client that the therapist begins to recognise patterns and emerging themes. This information is then used within the therapy process to facilitate awareness and change in the client’s inner or external world. The structure of sessions depends on the modality or training of the Psychotherapist.
What InPsych Consultancy offers
InPsych Consultancy offers Transactional Analysis (TA) as one of the modalities available for clients and organisations. Transactional Analysis is a theory used for understanding development of personality and used for personal growth and personal change and has wide applications in clinical, therapeutic and organisational settings. It embraces and integrates the 3 main streams of psychotherapy within its theoretical modality, psychoanalytical, cognitive and humanistic and enables the therapist to work with and address symptom relief whilst also working with unconscious process.
TA as well as answering client’s questions gives a clear theoretical framework in which to work through the processes of contracting, diagnosis and treatment planning. Providing a psychotherapy service that is explainable to clients is fundamental to TA philosophy and enables the therapist to provide clear understandable explanations of complex human processes.