When it comes to the treatment of psychological difficulties, there is an often complicated and overwhelming wealth of literature regarding what does and doesn’t work. One thing is for certain, however, the way we treat ourselves and others struggling with psychological distress can have a huge impact in and outside of a therapeutic setting.
Compassion, when it comes to psychological difficulties such as depression and anxiety, is a approach for any psychologist, psychotherapist, counsellor, or individual. Understanding how to instil a self- compassionate mindset into our clients and ourselves can change the lives of those around us. By undertaking Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), with Balanced Minds, whether in Edinburgh, London or online – you will, with the help of our talented and experienced team, learn how to find helpful ways to alleviate the difficulties you face.
Developing self-compassion can feel a bit scary at first, especially when we are struggling with psychological distress, which is why having therapy with an experienced, supportive therapist is important. We’re here to help you with this, and to help you on your journey in developing your compassionate minds.