What issues can a counselling psychologist help me with?
Counselling psychologists work across a diverse range of emotional health issues and significant life events including anxiety, stress, depression, relationshiops, work/career, self-esteem, anger,
Talking therapy - the Harley Therapy™ approach
If you decide you could benefit from talking to one of our counselling psychologists your process will begin with a general consultation. You can discuss your issues and background history with your therapist, establish the focus of your treatment, and decide with them how many sessions you would benefit from. You will then normally meet your therapist on a weekly basis.
Further reading about counselling psychology
- What is a Counselling Psychologist, Exactly?
- The Different Types of Therapists - Which One is for You?
- Skype Counselling with a Psychologist - Is it Right for You?
- Counselling Versus Clinical Psychologists: The Difference
- How to Train to Become a Counselling Psychologist
- The Life of a Trainee Psychologist - a Case Study
Find out how a counselling psychologist can help
The counselling psychologists at Harley Therapy are specially selected for their expertise and their dedication to their clients. They are highly experienced in working with a wide spectrum of problems, so you don’t have to worry that they don't have experience with your particular issues.
Several of the psychologists are also registered with the major health insurance providers should you wish your treatment to be covered.
What does a counselling psychologist do?
Counselling psychologists help you examine your emotional problems and explore the underlying issues that may be the cause. They then support you to make the necessary decisions to improve your personal wellbeing and deal with whatever is holding you back in life.
Trained in counselling skills but also holding degrees in psychology, counselling psychologists have a more scientific understanding of the human mind behaviour compared to a counsellor or psychotherapist. Unlike psychiatrists, though, counselling psychologists do not prescribe medication.