Psychotherapy and Counselling as defined by the BACP “are umbrella terms that cover a range of talking therapies. They are delivered by trained practitioners who work with people over a short or long term to help them bring about effective change or enhance their wellbeing.” Therapy offers a safe space for this to happen without distractions and can enable us to work through issues in our own time and empower us to make the changes we need to achieve a successful outcome.
Therapeutic Coaching is a new and exciting way of working with people who are looking for something which is not entirely rooted in therapeutic theories and not as structured as coaching. It can be valuable when considering making changes personally or professionally or as a forum for exploring different perspectives on issues which are focused on the future.
Clinical Supervision is part of a practitioner’s professional and ethical responsibility to their work and their clients. However, it can be invaluable for people working in other helping professions such as social workers, probation officers, police, nurses, people working with adoption and charities to name a few because the need to have a professional support and place to discuss their work is becoming more crucial as workloads increase.