What is the difference between counselling and therapy?

Psychologists, such as behavioural therapists and cognitive behavioural therapists are experts in human behaviour, personality, interpersonal relationships, learning and motivation and this is how they help people to enjoy and improve their quality of life and overcome personal and emotional difficulties or distress in their daily lives.

Psychotherapy (or therapy for short) generally refers to longer-term help through therapists such as behavioural therapists and cognitive behavioural therapist. This produces deeper change and helps you to become the person you want, leading the life you want to lead. Long-established and entrenched behaviours, habits and personality traits are not corrected overnight. Steady progress is made though giving you the right tools, expert advice and encouragement to continue on. It also helps you to live a more fulfilling life and improve your overall wellbeing.

There are many sorts of therapies and we combined many of them to get the best results. These are always done by qualified behavioural therapists and cognitive behavioural therapists within the ethical guidance provide by the APS.

Some of the approaches we use are CBT, Emotional Focused Therapy, Humanistic Therapies, Gestalt, Act, Hypnotherapy, existential Counselling, Person-Centred Counselling and Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. Our team of behavioural therapists and cognitive behavioural therapist use the most adequate approach to help individualised and unique cases.