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We might be lucky and have a good support network of friends and family to rely on as we deal with a messy divorce, the death of a loved one, losing our job, recovering from surgery or an injury, or dealing with the aftermath of a house fire. But however much it helps, sometimes that loving support simply isn't the solution:
"I know they love and support me, but it just isn't enough."
"I don't want to burden those closest to me with my problems; they have enough to deal with already."
"I feel so guilty that I still feel like this, after all they've done for me."
"They don't just understand ....."
"I couldn't possibly discuss something so deeply personal and private with somebody I know!"
"They'll think I'm a terrible person."
"I can't bear them telling me to "Snap out of it" or "Pull yourself together" once more! Don't they think I would, if I could?"
"I know he does his best with my shoulder, but it's more a pummelling than a massage! He'd be so hurt if he knew it doesn't help at all."
There’s no doubt about it, there are times when only a properly qualified therapist will do.
As we go through life we are, at some time, very likely to meet challenges we cannot conquer on our own. Whether those challenges are mental, physical, spiritual, nutritional, medical, or emotional, there will always be just the right person available to help us.
This Report has been created to help you choose just the right therapist for you, confident in the knowledge that you are engaging the best person to help you successfully:
By the end of this report you will have discovered the following essential information:
Nobody has the slightest qualm about going to see their doctor when they have a physical ailment, or rushing of to A & E in case of an emergency. From our earliest years we've been used to doing just that. It is what is expected.
Why, therefore, should it be such a problem for us to obtain the services of another sort of specialist, one who practises in a different field altogether?
And yet, for most of us, the first approach to a professional therapist is often a very big step. Then the very fact that we have solved one problem, by realising we need the help of a properly qualified therapist, raises another question-"How do I know exactly what therapy would help me most?"
And that question is just the start of it! In turn it raises several more questions:
"How do I decide what I need?¨
"How do I find a therapist?¨
"Where do I look for help?¨
"How do I know I've found the right therapist for me?¨
"How do I know they are properly qualified?¨ What questions should I ask?¨
"What do I need to know?¨
"Money is short - will they offer a discount?¨
"How and when will I be expected to I pay?¨
"Will the therapist tell anybody about me?¨
"What can I do if I suffer an accidental injury whilst in therapy?¨
"What can I do if I have a complaint?