Enfield counselling and psychotherapy involves understanding patterns of behaviour, and then using that understanding to help someone cope with difficulties that can have an adverse effect on their happiness and wellbeing. The difficulty could be anything from dealing with bereavement to coping with the stress of a difficult job. The problem is that simply seeking the help of a counsellor can in be a problem in itself. There is the stigma of “being in therapy” to deal with, and the perceived weakness of not being able to cope with life on your own terms.
Much research has been completed on the Enfield counselling therapeutic effects of counselling, which has shown a positive effect on the outlook and mental health of a great many people. That’s not to say it is a cure-all. If there are underlying medical problems, or the mental health of a person is unsound, there are limits to what counselling alone can achieve. The fact remains, however, that in a great many cases it does have a positive effect.