The Contribution of Private Counselling

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The Contribution of Private Counselling

Private Practice counselling and therapy has a great deal to contribute to the lives of the people it serves. In consultation with the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy Private Practice Executive Committee, Patti Wallace, BACP Lead Advisor Private Practice, has produced a briefing paper on the specific contribution of private practice counselling. We feel this document really articulates effectively why people choose to engage with private counsellors and therapists and the valuable contribution private counselling services make not only to individuals but to the wider community.

You can download the paper here

The Conclusion of the document is reproduced below.

Private practice counselling makes a significant contribution to both prevention and intervention in relation to psychological distress and mental illness in the general population. In order to ensure the greatest benefit to the client, it is important that the public and other professionals are aware of its value relative to statutory and voluntary sector provision, and have the knowledge to access and refer to private practitioners where appropriate to the client’s circumstances.

The Contribution of Private Counselling

The list below gives an up-to-date (April 2015) overview of the types of issues and difficulties  people might come to private counselling and therapy for, it is produced using the most frequently searched terms by people accessing one of the leading counselling directories in the UK.

Anxiety, relationship issues, depression, generalised anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder/manic depression, postnatal depression, seasonal affective disorder (sad), family issues , panic disorder, addiction(s), affairs and betrayals, phobias, separation and divorce, cross cultural relationships, pre-nuptial counselling, abuse, anger management, bereavement, couples issues , personality disorders, child related issues, attachment disorder , eating disorders, alcoholism, emotional abuse, low self-esteem, sexual abuse, drug abuse , binge-eating disorder , stress, low self-confidence , gambling, anorexia nervosa, sex addiction, borderline personality disorder

Counselling Services Nottingham is a Private Counselling & Therapy service based in two locations in Nottingham and available nationally Via SKYPE. As full members of the BACP we adhere fully to their code of conduct. For more information on any of the Private Counselling and Therapy Services, we provide please do contact us.