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Psychotherapy

One of the key objectives of psychotherapy is to help you gain a better understanding of the issues that are troubling you.

It can help you work out new ways of approaching situations that you find difficult, as well as suggesting new methods to help you cope.

Developing a trusting relationship with your psychotherapist is very important and will help you be able to talk about long-standing problems. However, this can take time.

Depending on the type of psychotherapy you have and the reason you’re having it, your treatment may need to last several months or, in some cases, years.

Types of psychotherapy

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/psychotherapy/how-it-works/

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