UK Council for Psychotherapy

UKCP

Accredited Psychotherapist

British Association for
Counselling & Psychotherapy

BACP

Accredited Counsellor

Counselling & Psychotherapy
Central London, Camden, Kings Cross, London NW1
Glen Gibson - Dip. Counselling, MA Psychotherapy, Dip. Psychotherapy
UKCP & mBACP Accredited male Therapist, Counsellor & Psychotherapist

therapy@counselling-london.org.uk 020 7916 1342

Counselling & Psychotherapy - Present, Past & Future

Google by Glen Counselling. Please note that I use the words "counselling services London", "psychotherapy London", "psychotherapeutic counselling London" & "talking therapy in London" and also "counsellor in London", "counselling Camden", "counselling Kings Cross", "psychotherapist in London", "psychotherapeutic counsellor" & "talking therapist" interchangeably. I am trained & accredited as a counsellor, psychotherapist & talking therapist and I am happy to discuss their differences with you.
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Our Life Now - Clarifying The Present Situation

Counselling and psychotherapy in central London, Camden, London NW1 - present situation

From time to time, concerns in our life come to the foreground and need paying attention to. We may want to come to terms with an important issue or transition in our life, make specific decisions, work through uncomfortable feeIings or think things through. Relationship concerns may be a priority for us. We may be caught in the past, or hankering for our future, struggling to be in the moment, value the present or as if we are waiting for life to start.

The counselling & psychotherapy process involves taking time to outline our current situation, who we are now, where we would like to be - living to our full potential, and what stops us getting there, so far. Exploring whether our life now may also trigger memories from our past, some of which we had forgotten or believed we had dealt with. Yet in reality memories of events don't go away forever. They often resurface at a different layer or level, providing us with opportunities to revisit or heal (see also Changes & Transitions). Our past can be seen as a compass helping us to make sense and meaning of our present. Counselling and psychotherapy can help us get to know what we are doing and why we are doing it, so we can decide whether our future actions point towards being regressive or progressive. Some of us may want to find ways to be more alive and engaged in the moment - being in the present, without always putting things off to sometime in the future, which never seems to arrive, e.g. "when this happens, I will... when that happens, I will..." (see also Motivation & Will Power). Being more alive, feeling this in our body - through our quality of awareness, can be explored through the counselling process. (See also Role Of The Unconscious - "The Yet To Be Revealed")

The way we Iive our days, is the way we Iive our Iives. Annie Dillard

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