Communication Problems Counselling Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and CBT therapy can help you address communication difficulties and strengthen your relationships.
Do you have problems communicating? Do you find it hard to speak to other people? Is your communication style too passive or too aggressive?
Problems with communication may also be related to other factors, such as: anger, anxiety, stress, depression, excessive shyness and relationship problems. Effective communication is necessary for any relationship to function well. (Also see: relationship counselling, couples counselling and family therapy.)
What are the Benefits of Communication Counselling?
Communication counselling is for individuals, couples and families plus organsiations.
We all experience communication problems to varying degrees. Communication counselling can help you move forward in your life and to develop more effective ways of communicating.
Some communication problems can have their roots in our childhood. We often learn patterns of communicating in our family of origin. For example: angry outbursts when we don't get what we need; suppression of feelings to protect others; blaming; avoiding conversations about contentious or difficult topics; struggling to say what we really feel or need, problems listening and responding to cues from other people. Communication counselling can help you develop new patterns of communicating which makes for a richer more meaningful life.
When should you seek Communication Counselling?
If you are experiencing communication problems in your life and relationships you could benefit from individual communication counselling, couples counselling, family therapy or relationship counselling.
How do you make an appointment?
To make an appointment for Communicaton Problems Counselling or inquiry, please contact Tracey Johnston, Clinical Director tel: 07593768129
or email (please click on email link): email@example.com
All communications will be treated with the highest level of confidentiality and discretion.
Possibilities Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre
14 - 20 John Street