Are you struggling to cope with life? Help is at hand.
Everyone goes through bad patches in life, but sometimes we need a bit of extra help. Friends and relatives are important at times like these, but when things become unmanageable it is often beneficial to seek out the advice of a trained professional such as a clinical psychologist who can offer both coping strategies and an unbiased outsider’s view of your situation.
If you are looking for the best psychologist in London, look no further than Harley Therapy Clinic, where you will find expert advice at competitive rates.
A psychologist is a practitioner trained in helping people with a range of mental health care problems by talking through a patient’s issues and helping to identify root causes. Psychologists generally have a degree in psychology, meaning they can offer an in-depth, scientific understanding of a patient’s mental state. Psychologists do not prescribe medication.
There are two main types of psychologists: clinical psychologists and counselling psychologists.
Clinical psychologists typically work in a more scientific way than counselling psychologists and often deal with more serious mental health problems, employing methods such as psychometric tests. Counselling psychologists focus more on therapeutic practices, typically helping patients with less acute emotional problems.
Harley Therapy Clinic offers clinical and counselling psychology to help with everything from addiction and anxiety to bereavement and relationship problems.
Harley Therapy Clinic psychologists are trained in a variety of therapies including Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Schema Therapy. Your psychologist will help you decide which of these approaches is most suitable for you.
Psychologists can assist patients with many different problems, often in cases where antidepressants have not worked or simply do not provide enough support on their own.
There is a common misconception that only those who have suffered an extreme breakdown need to visit a psychologist. This is not, however, the case. If your life is being affected negatively by your emotions in any way – and to any extent – a visit to a psychologist could well be the answer to getting yourself back on track.
Stress, mood changes and issues with work and relationships are normal and affect most people. It is when they begin to make life unmanageable that these problems require professional attention. If you feel your quality of life has noticeably deteriorated and that you experience low moods for longer periods than normal, you may benefit from seeing a psychologist. There is no shame in admitting to yourself that you need help and you do not have to be diagnosed with a serious disorder in order to use the services of a psychologist.
By looking at symptoms such as decreased appetite, addiction, social anxiety and anger issues, psychologists can help a client determine what caused them. However, the process requires dedication from both the therapist and the client.
Changes do not happen overnight and patience is crucial when undergoing a course of treatment. Harley Therapy Clinic prides itself on its team of caring, trustworthy and dedicated psychologists, who place client satisfaction at the heart of their work.
We are able to offer you the psychological help you need online using Skype. Please contact us to arrange an online session.
It is very easy to book a therapy appointment at our London clinic.
You can either call us on 0203 488 3901.
You can e-mail us on email@example.com.
You can use our online booking form.
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If you are looking for expert and confidential help, tailored to your needs, you can rest assured that our practitioners are the best in London and able to offer the psychological help and support you need. We offer private therapy to individuals, couples, children, adolescents and families in our Harley Street practice and provide online therapy via SKYPE. We accept self-referrals, or GP, psychiatrist or other health care provider referrals.
If you are experiencing stress, anxiety, relationship problems, anger management, depression and sexual issues or other issues and you need help, we are here to support and guide you to a better emotional and psychological state so that you can start enjoying your every day again.