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5 STEPs to choosing a psychologist, counsellor or psychotherapist.

The majority of counsellors, psychotherapists and practitioner psychologists are trained to work in the general area of mental health and emotional well-being – such as working with depression or anxiety. Some will develop a specialism – working with children or young people, families, with relationship difficulties, eating disorders or gender issues. They will often have completed additional training or experience in a specialist area.

It is important that you ask any potential therapist about their area of expertise – how long have they worked in the area, what is their experience, what sort of outcomes and results can be expected?





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