Do I need Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy can benefit people struggling with unexpected life changes, emotional difficulties and ongoing issues. Therapy helps people learn new skills to address their challenges and opportunities more effectively. It also supports people as they process and work through unpleasant or distressing events in their lives. If you are facing emotional difficulties at the moment, or if you are unable to feel anything at all, you might find psychotherapy helpful.
How do I choose the right psychotherapist for me?
The therapeutic process may require a significant emotional investment from you and it is important to choose a therapist you trust and feel comfortable with. You may need to try several psychotherapists before finding one that works for you. We recommend that you look for a therapist who has experience in the area you require assistance with, who leaves you feeling heard and respected and who has appropriate qualifications.
What are Yentle’s psychotherapists like?
At Yentle we are passionate about making a difference in the lives of our clients. We have spent many years in ongoing training and dedicated practice and care deeply about each of our clients. We thrive on helping our clients build lives worth living so that they can flourish.
All our psychologists and counsellors hold Master’s degrees. They value evidence-based practice, and have extensive experience in their areas of practice.
What is Yentle’s approach to psychotherapy?
At Yentle we use a range of psychotherapies including Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), Systemic Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Narrative Therapy.
We approach the counselling journey in a collaborative way to help you unlock the wisdom within you. Our goal is to leave you with the skills to manage both challenges and opportunities across your life-span and we will work with you to find an approach that best supports your healing and growth.
What can you help me with at Yentle?
At Yentle we focus on therapeutic interventions across the adult life span. We work with individuals, couples and families to help them navigate life’s challenges in the work place, at home and in their private lives. We have extensive experience in complex issues and are able to support you in the following areas:
Individual Mental Health Issues:
- Self-esteem Concerns
- Anger Management
- Childhood Trauma
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Ongoing Family Conflict
- Relationship Difficulties
- Career Issues
- Unexpected Job Loss
- EAP Referrals