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How can Connections Counselling Help with My Mental Health?

Updated: Oct 29, 2022

What sets Connections Counselling Perth apart from secular counselling and psychology service is that we have well trained and experienced counsellors and psychologists that can cater for the spiritual part of lives. We are wonderfully and fearfully made where our physical, mental, emotional and soul are intricately connected. However, you do not need to have a faith to utilise our service, we meet you where you are at.

Therapy encourages open and honest dialogue about issues that cause you distress. Through your relationship with your therapist, you’ll work to identify and understand why your symptoms and issues are impacting your life.

Counselling and therapy offer a wide variety of positive advantages to a person. Apart from determining the possible causes and symptoms of specific behaviours, seeing a counsellor also helps people to effectively deal with anxiety, depression, individual psychological issues, parent-children conflict, and toxic relationships.

The goal of therapy is to inspire change and improve the quality of life through self-awareness and self-exploration.

Being in therapy can also:

· help improve communication skills

· help you feel empowered

· empower you to develop fresh insights about your life

· learn how to make healthier choices

· develop coping strategies to manage distress

· gain new skills and tools

Our therapists provide a safe space where you can talk and share without worrying about being judged; we also incorporate active listening while providing unconditional attention to enhance your counselling session.

Counselling, as a form of psychotherapy, is a process of working through your problems with a counsellor. This also takes into the form of psychodynamics in a way that counselling tackles not just symptoms of specific behaviour, but also delves deeper to find its root cause. Three fundamental values of counselling include empathy, impartiality, and unconditional positive communication with the client.

Therapists consider counselling as the most effective weapon a person can wield against a wide range of mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, and behavioural disorders. This is a kind of psychotherapy that aims to help people recognize and resolve conflicts before things get out of hand. Licensed counsellors utilise several approaches to help people from different walks of

life resolve psychological issues.

Engaging in counselling helps people build healthier relationships with their loved ones and those they engage with and solve common mental health issues.

The following are common mental health issues that people seek professional help for:

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma

  • Abuse

  • Addiction

  • Loss and grief

Counselling changes your life.

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