Adult Counselling & Psychotherapy

At some point in our lives many of us consider consulting with a psychologist, psychotherapist or counsellor for one reason or another. Not everyone who seeks counselling is burdened with troubles. Nowadays, psychologically minded men and women consider consultation with a mental health professional for personal growth and development as well as problems in living.

Individual adult counselling is a process by which the client/s are invited to look honestly at their behaviour and lifestyle and make certain decisions about the ways in which they want to examine and/or modify the quality of their life. Within this framework, TPS therapists provide support and warmth yet enough care to challenge and confront.

The counselling process begins with the client/s and the therapist coming to a joint
understanding of the client’s issues and self-defeating patterns that may be preventing the client’s growth and interfering with their ability to meet personal and relationship goals.

Brief or longer term counselling: The goals of counselling are sometimes accomplished by adults in a brief intervention therapy. Some clients, however, require more time to engage in a significant exploration of their “problems in living”.

In individual adult counselling, clients can develop a more compassionate view of themselves, resolve painful past experiences and reduce negative self-talk and increase positive self-talk.

Interestingly, gaining a better understanding of ourselves can improve intimate and familial relationships, promote inner peace and inner strength and perhaps most importantly, foster personal growth and development in adult life.

Some issues that adults may address in counselling at TPS:

  • Anger management
  • Anxiety/OCD
  • Assertiveness
  • Body image
  • Boundary setting
  • Communication challenges
  • Court mandated counselling
  • Cross-cultural values
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Parenting
  • Power & Control
  • Sexual Issues
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Social difficulties
  • Stress and burnout
  • Survivor of violence

To learn more or to speak to someone, contact us.