How Therapy Helps
We understand that sometimes during life, we can become stuck in patterns of behavior and thoughts that are no longer purposeful. These patterns may also hinder our personal and professional development and growth. A lot of what counselling entails is exploring the process of self-actualisation. This is a process of natural change, which is getting in touch with what is our deepest truth, supported by the therapeutic relationship which provides an atmosphere of trust and acceptance. Our team of therapists are on hand to support you throughout the process.
At The Grove, we offer you tools and insights to develop your own strengths and capabilities. This may involve using models from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Gestalt, psychodynamic or psychoanalytic perspectives, Transactional Analysis or person-centred therapy. You’ll develop your own solutions and resolution, supported by your therapist – which results in lasting change from within.
If you’re interested in exploring your self-imposed limitations and are seeking to realise your potential, read more about the different ways in which therapy can help below or contact us online now.
Psychotherapy literally translated means ‘healing or nursing of the soul’ and is derived from the ancient Greeks and their understanding of human nature and the psyche. It is a therapy that works at a deep level. If you’re interested in exploring the avenue of psychotherapy or are keen to learn more about the therapy process at The Grove, read our counselling FAQs now.
Individual therapy focuses on specific and current issues and works toward ways of resolving these problems by increasing your understanding and confronting destructive patterns with a goal of working towards beneficial change. The Grove offers a safe, confidential, non-judgemental environment for you to work on the issues that you present. Learn more about individual counselling now.
Couple counselling can help you take time to see your relationship from a fresh perspective. You and your partner have an opportunity to explore with your therapist your roles, desires and behaviour, to think about what you want from your relationship and what you can do to change your situation for the better. Find out more about couple therapy now.
Our therapists remain objective and are specially trained to facilitate your family in exploring andovercoming difficulties through better communication and changing detrimental patterns of behaviour. You can see our counsellor individually, as a small group or as a whole family together. Read more on family counselling now.
Adolescence is a developmental phase and a period of change that is of critical importance. Adolescent counselling aims to engage with the everyday problems faced, and through increased awareness of thoughts and feelings, to develop communication skills and improve self-esteem. Get more information about adolescent therapy now.
At The Grove, we also offer group therapy where we deal with issues as a group, allowing us to reach our potential through learning about ourselves and other people. Group counselling can help you improve interpersonal relationships as well as help you realise you aren’t alone in the difficulties you face. Learn more about group therapy.
The Grove also offers supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists, whether in training or qualified. Supervision is provided by Sarah Briggs or Ian May. We value the reflective opportunity that supervision provides, as well as a space to explore your own process as a therapist. We encourage a developmental and supportive approach to the use of supervision. To find out more, please contact Sarah Briggs via firstname.lastname@example.org.