BA(Hons) Psychosocial (UEL, UK), MA Couns. Psych. (Wits)
HPCSA : PS 0123340 Prac. No. 0527165
Overcome Challenges, Gain Deeper Self-Insight and Awareness
As a registered Counselling Psychologist, I believe the aim of counselling and psychotherapy is to find ways to maximise psychological well-being, quality of life, and self-fulfilment.
My Counselling Approach
When you see a Counselling Psychologist, the time you spend with them is all about you, your challenges and problems, and the steps you can take to overcome them. Even when you’re not facing any particular problems, having that “me time” can be hugely beneficial in helping you navigate and enjoy your everyday life. Talking with a professional can help you sort out your thoughts and feelings when things are difficult or confusing, and help you get back on track.
Why Stephen Laverack?
Stephen can integrate many of the most recognised counselling/psychotherapy approaches into working with individuals, couples, and groups’.
Have you tried counselling before and it didn’t work? Cross-training in multiple approaches has given Stephen the knowledge to adapt his approach as required.
Stephen cares about helping his clients through difficult situations – he believes that any person can improve the quality of their life.
From The Blog
An Open Letter from a Therapist to His Client
I was forwarded ‘An Open Letter from a Therapist to His Client’ by Dr. Kelly Flanagan’ this week which I thought I’d share on my blog …
When Things Feel Out of Control
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