Marriage counselling, sometimes known as couples therapy, helps couples (whether married or not) to understand and resolve their conflicts and improve their relationship with each other. Marriage counselling provides couples with tools to help them to better communicate, solve problems and negotiate difficulties in a more constructive and healthy way.
Child psychology focuses on the mind and behaviour of children from prenatal development right the way through to adolescence. This particular branch of psychology deals not only with how children develop physically but also how they grow mentally, emotionally and socially as well.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (or CBT) is a talking based psychotherapy which focuses on how thoughts, beliefs and attitude affect feelings and behaviour. Based on the theory that how we think directly affects the way we feel and behave, CBT uses a combination of cognitive (examining thoughts) and behaviour (examining things we do) therapies to help people overcome and manage their problems.
Change is an inevitable part of life and can be incredibly difficult, it’s certainly not a walk in the park. There are many hurdles to face when moving careers and finding a new job - this includes finding employment within a suitable distance, a role which pays enough to support your lifestyle, and most importantly - one which will make you happy.
If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationship, you may try to resolve tensions and problems between yourselves first. If this method isn’t proving itself to be successful - you may want to seek help from a professional and undertake relationship therapy or couples therapy.
The average woman reaches the menopause at 51, although around one in 100 women experience a premature menopause before the age of 40. If you are suffering from depression or anxiety as a result of the menopause, a great way of combating these feelings is so undertake a course of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).