Counselling & Psychotherapy Clacton

In counselling and psychotherapy, patients form a relationship with a counsellor and use talk therapy (and sometimes other forms of communication, like music, writing or artwork) to foster a sense of well-being and find ways to cope with life issues. Below you’ll find related articles as well as local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

Penfold Lodge
01255 223311
8-10 Penfold Road
Clacton On Sea

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Community Mental Health Centre
01255 207400
All Saints House

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Nest Services
01206 761644
33 Manor Road

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Community Mental Health
01473 820620
Corn Exchange

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Community Mental Health Service
01246 347555
Chesterfield Community Centre

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Tendring Mental Health Support
01255 424815
14-16 Orwell Road
Clacton On Sea

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Colchester Assessment Centre
01206 854290
439 Ipswich Road

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East Suffolk Advocacy Network
01473 274422
St. Clements Hospital

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Lorna Cook
01473 214316
44 Chevallier Street
Fch Housing & Care
024 76326170
183 Queens Road

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Counselling & Psychotherapy

Job Loss Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counsellors and psychotherapists tend to work with you face to face, through discussion, to explore your personal issues and problems in depth. The focus is on working towards an increase in your understanding and to help you to develop greater self-awareness.

  • Counselling aims to lead you to make your own decisions and then act to make changes in your life. Counsellors normally meet with you regularly and over a period of time dependent upon the issues raised.
  • Counselling is more regulated than coaching. Counsellors should have attained counselling qualifications before offering their services. There are codes of conduct for counsellors and clear guidelines available.
  • Psychotherapy is provided by qualified practitioners through a professional relationship within which clients can profitably explore difficult, and often painful, emotions and experiences.
  • These may include feelings of anxiety, depression, trauma, or perhaps the loss of meaning of one's life. It is a process which seeks to help the person to be more able to make choices, and become more autonomous and self determined.
  • Psychotherapy may be provided for individuals or children, couples, families and groups.
  • You can explore this area more thoroughly by going to the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy . You can find job loss counsellors local to you in our regional tool .

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