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Memory Hack

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-26)


Therefore, a counsellor Memory Hack Review should work with you in a genuinely caring manner and at least offer you a non-judgemental listening ear. They should be able to take anything you may disclose or "show" as being compared to like a dry sponge soaking up a spill of water. They will be able to support you non-judgementally and demonstrate belief in your ability to overcome whatever you are dealing with. That may sound "nice", but what else could they offer you or what else could or should you expect? This depends on presenting problems of the client and what therapeutic approach they are working with such as Person-Centred Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and so-on. We'll stick with talking about mental health issues for now. Certain types of approaches (of psychotherapy) are far better suited to dealing with mental health problems than other approaches. For example, the most reputable and comprehensive type of psychotherapy for dealing with depression is called Cognitive Therapy (Ref..to be added..). It offers the deepest and most insightful methods of helping to deal with depression more than any other type of psychotherapy (as generally recognised by psychologists and those working in the area of mental health). What may this have to do with counselling? It depends on what we actually interpret counselling to be. Some state there is little difference between counselling and psychotherapy, while others think otherwise. I am of a firm belief that psychotherapy is "deeper" than general counselling, particularly when it comes to terms with working within the mental health sector and actually addressing psychiatric problems and disorders head-on. Some people "compare" counsellors and psychotherapists to be basically alike and in such cases a counsellor would be seen to offer you a psycho-therapeutic framework meaning that they will work with you by using certain techniques of particular types of psychotherapy.

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