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Holistic Healing


The Purpose of Therapy

The purpose of therapy is to provide you with support outside your usual circle on any problems you may be facing.

Therapy is structured way of working through issues and can help you in understanding yourself better or find a resolve to the circumstances you may find difficult to manage in an open, safe and nonjudgmental environment.

As a trained professional, my goal as a therapist is to ease the burden of your situation and ensure you are empowered with the ability to work through issues. In empowering you, you are well equipped to manage your own wellbeing in the long term and gain skills for life.

As therapy is a process to achieve a resolution to a situation, feeling, emotion or problem currently impacting your ability to function at your best, therapy provides the space for you to openly discuss issues in a confidential and safe setting.

A good therapist will apply the use of theory principles and approaches to facilitate your best outcome in a supportive way; always focused on your needs, desired outcome and time frame.

How to select the right therapist?

The right therapist for you will allow you to take path that best suits you for a successful long term result, you and the therapist will have a clear outcome goal, mutual understanding and expectation.

Ask yourself, what does it feel like for you to sit with the therapist?

What is the therapist’s general philosophy and is the approach in a compassionate and optimistic way? (It’s important for a therapist to provide hope but not absolute unconditional guarantees.)

Is it clear how the therapist can help you to solve whatever issue or concern? Or does the therapist have experience helping others with that particular issues?

Does the therapist adhere to ethical principles, confidentiality, supervision and professional association?

Here’s a checklist to further help you make the right selection:


I hope you have found this information useful and get the most out of your therapy session.


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