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What is Supportive Psychotherapy?

Supportive Therapy is therapy designed to give you the emotional support and guidance you need to manage life stresses. By understanding your temperament and past experiences you and your therapist can understand some of the patterns causing difficulty in your life.

Our therapists help you by taking a practical approach to problems and difficulties as they arise, and also help you understand your patterns and propensities in order to understand which patterns it makes sense to change and which ones it makes sense to accept.

Above all, our supportive therapists work with you in this process of self-understanding, helping you to value yourself while collaborating with you to change.

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