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How Counselling work

Initial Assessment

:The first session often involves an assessment where the psychologist gathers information about the client's history, current concerns, and goals for therapy.


Establishing Report

Building a trusting relationship between the psychologist and client is crucial. This helps create a safe space for open and honest communication.


Goal Setting

Collaboratively, the psychologist and client establish goals for therapy, outlining what the client hopes to achieve or work on during the sessions.


Therapeutic Techniques

Psychologists utilize various evidence-based techniques tailored to the client's needs and goals. This may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-based approaches, or other specialized methods.


Frequency and Duration

Sessions' frequency and duration can vary based on individual needs and therapeutic goals. Typically, sessions are scheduled weekly or bi-weekly and last around 45-60 minutes each.


Exploration and Support

During sessions, clients explore their emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and coping strategies. The psychologist provides guidance, support, and tools to manage challenges and foster personal growth.


Homework or Practice

In some cases, psychologists assign homework or suggest practices between sessions to reinforce learning and apply techniques discussed in therapy.

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Progress Monitoring

The psychologist regularly assesses progress toward the established goals and adjusts the therapeutic approach as needed.

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Psychologists adhere to strict confidentiality and ethical standards, ensuring that the content of sessions remains private unless legal or ethical exceptions apply. Termination or Transition: When the client feels they've achieved their goals or decides to discontinue therapy, the psychologist supports the transition out of therapy, ensuring a positive closure.

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