What is Talking Therapy? 

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Everything  you need to know about TALKING THERAPY:

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What is Talking Therapy

Talking therapy, also known as talk therapy or psychotherapy, is a form of mental health treatment that involves engaging in conversations with a trained therapist like Jane. The focus is on exploring and understanding thoughts, feelings, behaviours, and patterns to promote emotional well-being and facilitate positive changes.

This therapeutic approach can take various forms, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, and others. The term “talking therapy” emphasizes the central role of verbal communication in the therapeutic process.

Talking therapy provides a safe and confidential space for individuals to express themselves, gain insights into their concerns, and work collaboratively a therapist to address challenges, develop coping strategies, and foster personal growth.


How does Talking Therapy Work?

Talking therapy works through structured conversations between an individual and a trained therapist. The process typically involves:

1. Assessment: The therapist gathers information about the individual’s concerns, history, and goals. This helps in understanding the context and tailoring the approach.

2. Establishing Trust: Building a trusting and confidential relationship between the therapist and the individual is crucial. This provides a safe space for open and honest communication.

3. Exploration: Conversations delve into the individual’s thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and patterns. This exploration helps identify underlying issues and triggers.

4. Identifying Goals: Collaboratively setting therapeutic goals helps guide the process and provides a framework for progress.

5. Applying Techniques: Depending on the therapeutic approach (e.g., cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy), the therapist employs specific techniques to address challenges, change thought patterns, and develop coping strategies.

6. Feedback and Reflection: The therapist provides feedback, insights, and reflections, facilitating self-awareness and understanding.

7. Skill Building: Individuals often learn and practice coping skills, communication techniques, and strategies to manage challenges in their daily lives.

8. Monitoring Progress: Regularly assessing progress toward goals and making adjustments to the therapeutic approach as needed.

Overall, talking therapy aims to promote self-discovery, emotional well-being, and positive changes by providing a supportive and reflective environment for individuals



“Talking therapy gives you a safe space to explore any issues or anxieties  and bring them out into the open so they can be healed, transformed and released…”

What is the difference between Talking Therapy & CBT?

Talking therapy is a broad term that encompasses various psychological therapies where individuals talk with a therapist to explore and address their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

CBT, or cognitive-behavioral therapy, on the other hand, is a specific type of talking therapy that focuses on identifying and changing negative patterns of thinking and behavior that contribute to emotional distress or problems in functioning. It is structured and goal-oriented, often involving homework assignments and practical strategies to challenge and reframe unhelpful thoughts and behaviors.

What are the benefits of Talking Therapy? 

The benefits of talking therapy include:

1. Emotional Support: Provides a safe and confidential space to express and explore emotions.

2. Improved Communication: Enhances communication skills and the ability to express thoughts and feelings.

3. Insight and Self-Understanding:  Facilitates self-discovery and a deeper understanding of one’s thoughts, behaviors, and patterns.

4. Coping Strategies: Teaches practical coping strategies and skills to manage stress, anxiety, and other challenges.

5. Conflict Resolution: Helps individuals navigate and resolve conflicts in relationships.

6. Increased Self-Esteem: Supports the development of a positive self-image and improved self-esteem.

7. Behavioral Change: Assists in identifying and modifying behaviors that may be contributing to difficulties.

8. Stress Reduction: Provides tools for managing stress and improving overall mental well-being.

9. Goal Achievement: Assists in setting and working towards personal and therapeutic goals.

10. Enhanced Relationships: Improves interpersonal skills and fosters healthier relationships.

It’s important to note that the specific benefits can vary depending on the individual, the nature of the issues being addressed, and the therapeutic approach used. Seeking the guidance of a qualified and experienced therapist is key to maximizing the potential benefits of talking therapy.


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Seeing an Online Therapist can be an effective and convenient alternative to traditional face-to-face therapy for many individuals.

Online Therapy Sessions can be particularly beneficial for clients who face barriers to accessing traditional in-person therapy, such as those living in remote areas, individuals with physical disabilities, or just those with busy schedules! Remote Appointments or Virtual Therapy Sessions can be just as effective as ‘face-to-face’ appointments and clients soon say that they forget that we’re not in the same room. 

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Whatever your situation. Now that Online Therapy is so simple there is no reason why you can’t access the help you need today. Having a Sofa Session from the comfort of your own couch also means you can save time and travel expenses and it doesn’t matter where in the world you are located. We can still see each other for an appointment. 

All you need is a private space, a good broadband connection, and a comfortable chair and we are good to go!


“If you want to get to the heart of the matter, treat the root cause of the issue not just the symptoms. Once we make the change on the inside we can see change outside too…”

Wisdom Room® Integrative Therapy includes: 

If like so many of us, you are unsure of what kind of support might work best for you, then an integrative treatment plan could be exactly what you’ve been looking for. Each session is tailored to the individual’s own unique needs, using a combination of techniques, so you can rest assured that you are getting the best treatment, created especially for you...

Hypnotherapy works with the unconscious mind to facilitate change and release unwanted habits and old beliefs. It's also incredibly gentle and soothing for the soul!

Transformational Coaching helps you release blocks to success, ramp up your self--confidence and motivate you to achieve your dreams.

NLP & CBT incorporate useful tools and techniques to help you understand how your thoughts & beliefs are formed and importantly how to change them.

Talking therapy gives you a safe space to explore any issues or anxieties  and bring them out into the open so they can be healed, transformed and released.

Guided meditation and mindfulness help restore your inner balance,  calm your senses, and centre your  core allowing you to be more present. 

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