Therapy can be hugely beneficial for many people in a wide variety of situations.
This A-Z list provides information about aspects of life where therapy can be helpful, and therefore is designed to help you assess whether therapy could be of use to you or someone close to you.
[i] In this section, the word “client” refers to anyone receiving counselling or psychotherapy, irrespective of the setting. The words “therapist” and “therapy” include “counsellor/psychotherapist” and “counselling/psychotherapy”. A “client” may be an individual, a couple, a family or group receiving therapy. This is regardless of whether there is any payment by the client for these services.