How I work

The way I work focuses upon the relationships we all have  - with our family, our friends,  our colleagues at work. Our relationships don’t always work as well as they might and that can affect the way we feel about ourselves.

For example, if my first thought is 'what have I done wrong?' when my boss asks to see me, then this might suggest that my relationship to authority is anxious. Psychotherapy can help use such experiences to understand more about ourselves and why people affect us in the way that they do. Seeing people in a different way can help us feel less tense and anxious.

During our sessions I will listen to what you tell me about your life and the things you feel uneasy about and together we will work towards an understanding of your particular situation and how you can gain a different perspective on your relationships and your life.

Answers to some questions about psychotherapy >>

What people say about me and their experiences of counselling & psychotherapy with me >>

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Matthew Simpson
BACP Accredited Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Preston, Lancashire
tel: 07594 059393

 

Matthew Simpson MBACP (Accred), BACP Accredited Counsellor & Psychotherapist, Preston, Lancashire
tel: 07594 059393  email: matthew@differentperspectivecounselling.co.uk

BACP (British Association of Counsellors & Psyhotherapists) accredited member
BACP (British Association of Counsellors & Psyhotherapists) accredited member

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