It’s official: We are living in the digital age. Every day more of the products and services we love and need are moving to online platforms, and purchasing them and consuming them is fast becoming the norm. There was a time when people would never consider something as private and important as conducting banking and paying their bills online. These days, the idea of a paperback “account book” seems positively prehistoric. From banking to meeting a life partner online, it’s all become acceptable and indeed in many cases, the preferred option. Including counselling.
Category: Individual Treatment
By Natasha Sharma
Problems, as we all know, are a reality of living. Life can be unpredictable and will most certainly be stressful at one point or another. But it is how we respond to changes and solve a problem that have the most impact and influence to the quality of our lives, as opposed to the actual problem itself. In my practice as a Psychotherapist, I have worked with many individuals and families of all ages, ranging from issues as harrowing as psychological trauma in small children to more commonplace issues such as conflict in the workplace, or dating and relationship issues. Over the years, I have come to realize that a problem is a problem, relative to the unique context of a person’s life and individual phenomenology. Which is to say that they exist – or do not exist – based on our own personal circumstances and subjective experiences of life.