Talitha MBACP, FDAP is a member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy and has experience working with addiction, eating disorders and love addiction. She also has experience working with bereavement and adolescents. Talitha implements effective methods to instil self-understanding among those she works with and encourages them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations.
Talitha (MBACP) is a member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy and has experience working with addiction, eating disorders and bereavement. Talitha trained integratively so she has experience working with different theories and types of therapy. Talitha understands the importance of challenging negative core beliefs that aren’t serving us and works with clients to help them make sense of their pain and angst.
Psychotherapy refers to a range of treatments that can help with mental health problems and emotional challenges.
It aims to enable clients, to understand their feelings – what makes them feel positive, anxious, or depressed. Therapy can equip them to cope with difficult situations in a more adaptive way and understand how they react to life’s events.
Who can benefit?
Psychotherapy is a “talking treatment” and can be used to help a range of people. The following feelings are signs that an individual might benefit from this type of therapy:
- Overwhelming feelings of sadness or helplessness.
- An inability to cope with everyday problems.
- Difficulty concentrating on work or studies most of the time.
- Drinking too much, taking drugs, or being aggressive to an extent that is harming themselves or others.
- A sense that problems never improve, despite receiving help from friends and family.
- Feeling constantly on edge or worrying unnecessarily.
Her areas of expertise include – Addiction, Bereavement, Anxiety, Depression and Eating Disorders.
Talitha works with issues that may respond best to short term and goal orientated therapy or long term and explorative therapy. She also offers online Skype sessions.