Adulting is hard at times. No one likes to be in emotional pain and feel like they are alone without support.
Some reasons why you might see a counsellor are:
- Problems with relationships
- Traumatic events you have experienced or witnessed
- Overwhelming feelings such as anger, stress, worry, fear and sadness (grief)
- Family changes such as separation or divorce
- Mental health conditions
- Emotional, physical or sexual abuse
- Eating disorders
- Sexual identity
- Self-esteem and self-harm
- Grief and loss of a loved one
At Innate Therapies we have specialist counsellors that are highly experienced in supporting people through life’s tough times. Our team are here to support you every step of the way. We will guide you towards a more balanced, happy and fulfilling life.
FAQ’s for individual counselling
FAQ’s for family counselling
What are the most common problems in family?
A breakdown in communication is very common in families, when there is high emotions, we all tend to stop listening.
What is the goal of family counselling?
The goal is to bring harmony back into the family home and to provide a space where everyone has the opportunity to feel they have been heard.
What happens in a family counselling session?
Every member gets to talk about what it is like for them to be in the family. This is facilitated by the therapist to ensure that everyone gets to have their voice heard. The desired outcome is that once everyone has been heard each member commits to a positive change they can make to change the family dynamics. .
What are family counselling goals?
This is the family’s goals and a commitment by each member to make positive change to work toward those goals. .
What are some common family issues?
Communication, disrespect, not wanting to follow family rules, sibling conflict. Parent and child conflict. .
Problems only get solved when you stop ignoring them
You don’t have to struggle in silence. At Innate Therapies, we know that every person is unique. That is why we have a range of evidence based therapies we integrate into our traditional counselling methods to get to the root of a problem. A treatment method that is “evidence-based,” is backed up by objective, scientific evidence that proves it is effective.
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