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Self Harm Psychotherapists in Peacehaven BN10

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Est. 2007, 11 years of experience helping 285 clients with self harm
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Everybody is different and every therapist is different so there are many different possible experiences during therapy. However there are a number of stages that you may go through.

Therapy is a positive and pro-active step, but at first you may feel nervous or shy, particularly if you have never done anything like this before.

You will be talking about things that are difficult. It may be the first time you have ever really talked about them so there's no denying that at times it will be hard. But because you are doing this in therapy you are not on your own, your therapist is there to help you and guide you. It's not uncommon to feel worse in the initial stages. You shouldn't feel put off by this. It means that something meaningful is happening, that the issues you are talking through are real and you are not avoiding the real problem. Stay with it, you will start to see a difference.

As time progresses you may start to experience a general shift in the way you think, feel or behave. Or, you may have 'breakthrough moments'. At those times something will suddenly make sense to you in a way it didn't before, or you will clearly see a way forward through a particular situation. The benefits of therapy will begin to take effect - you may see your symptoms start to decrease, you may begin to accept a difficult situation or you may begin to understand your own behaviour better and begin to be able to manage it positively. Overall you should be moving to a position where the issue that prompted you to seek therapy in the first place no longer dominates you.

For more information see "How Therapy Works" in the main menu.


Self Harm information

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends 2 Therapies for self harm:

1) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT focuses on how your thoughts (cognitions) affect your feelings and actions. It recognises and challenges negative thoughts that perpetuate the problems you experience. The objective of cognitive behavioural therapy is for you to experience healthier thoughts and emotions. View CBT Therapists for Self Harm
2) Psychodynamic Therapy
Psychodynamic therapy centres on the unconscious meaning of the issues you encounter. It facilitates you in being aware of parts of your internal dynamics. Psychodynamic therapy seeks to enhance your self-understanding to give you options. View Psychodynamic Therapy Therapists for Self Harm
In and near Peacehaven

Susan Egan - Accredited  Counsellor
Susan Egan
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  • Accredited Counsellor
  • Graduate Diploma Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Self Harm
  • 28 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UG
  • Multiple times available +
    • Tue
      12pm-8pm
    • Wed
      11am-7pm
  • Individual 50
  • 50% of enquirers became verified clients
Within 8 miles

Louise Shuttleworth - Registered Psychotherapist
Louise Shuttleworth
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  • Registered Psychotherapist
  • Certificate CBT
  • Self Harm
  • Church Road, Hove, BN3 2DJ
  • Multiple times available +
    • Tue
      9am-2pm
  • Individual 65 Couple 75
  • 40% of enquirers became verified clients
Louise Shuttleworth - Registered Psychotherapist
Louise Shuttleworth
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  • Registered Psychotherapist
  • Certificate CBT
  • Self Harm
  • Clermont Road, Preston Park, Brighton, BN1 6SG
  • Multiple times available +
    • Mon
      9am-11am
      ,
      4pm-9pm
    • Wed
      9am-4pm
    • Thu
      10am-2pm
    • Fri
      9am-4pm
  • Individual 65 Couple 75
  • 40% of enquirers became verified clients
Within 15 miles

Susan Egan - Accredited  Counsellor
Susan Egan
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  • Accredited Counsellor
  • Graduate Diploma Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Self Harm
  • 7 Hazelgrove Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 3PH
  • Multiple times available +
    • Mon
      12:30pm-3:15pm
    • Thu
      12:30pm-3pm
  • Individual £50
  • 50% of enquirers became verified clients
Within 21 miles

Sarah Bashford - Registered Psychotherapist
Sarah Bashford
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  • Registered Psychotherapist
  • Certificate CBT
  • Self Harm
  • Upper Close, Ashurst Wood, Forest Row, RH18 5DX
  • Multiple times available +
    • Mon
      9am-9pm
    • Tue
      9am-9pm
    • Wed
      9am-9pm
    • Thu
      4pm-9pm
    • Fri
      9am-5pm
  • Individual £60 Couple £80
  • 56% of enquirers became verified clients


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