Counselling for work related issues
In today's fast paced life people can quickly become overwhelmed with changing circumstances and expectations within their work environments. Feeling unsettled can lead to a vicious cycle in work and people may find themselves feeling stuck, or powerless, or feeling as if they have lost control amongst other things. Ultimately these experiences can lead to people feeling like their life isn't their own.
Person-centred counselling is an empowering therapy that puts the client in the driving seat. Clients are able to move through the counselling expereince at their own pace and talk about whatever it is that is important at that point in time. I believe that working in this manner for issues relating to work, focusing on how the client feels about situations and themselves, provides the greatest capacity for potential growth.
Carl Rogers who is generally recognised as one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research and person-centred therapy said - 'The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination'. One interpretation of this could be - To achieve the things we want we need to move with the changes and flucuation of life, we cannot do this if we are stuck or being held back.