Guilt Therapy

Guilt Therapy Counselling in Hebden Bridge

Guilt is a feeling of embarrassment and regret that you are responsible for a negative action or event.

Could Guilt be a possible contributor or cause of your low moods

What Can You Do If Guilt is Causing Your Depression

Ask your questions about guilt and depression with Gareth Parry Professional, Therapeutic Counsellor

Can guilt therapy help, given that guilt so often links back to earlier life experiences and comes frequently hand in hand with shame.

Guilt therapy is often needed to unravel it and separate its control on your moods and life. A qualified counsellor like Gareth Parry can help you process guilt in these ways:

  • Gently stimulate your attempts to face the truth about your past experiences and/or any specific past conduct, that may have played a part in your feelings of guilt.
  • Engage you in constructive dialogue as you look for greater understanding with regards to why you feel guilty for things you didn’t do and/or you took the negative steps you did.
  • Build a secure approach to reconciliation, so you can both have constructive and safe conversations with those who left you feeling guilty as well as apologise to those you hurt.
  • Focus on self-forgiveness and letting go of the past, as you endeavour to change your perspective and mind set.

Gareth Parry Professional, Therapeutic Counsellor

Guilt Therapy with Gareth Parry

Anger Therapy

Anger Therapy Counselling in Hebden Bridge

Is your anger causing you distress or others around you? Counselling could be the key to help.

You can learn to manage your attitude through anger management counselling

A number of effective cognitive-behavioral techniques are available for anger management

Start dealing with your anger today with Gareth Parry Professional, Therapeutic Counsellor

Do you ever get so angry that you really want to lash out, shout or throw something? Does your partner enrage you so often that you just end up screaming at them? Maybe you are finding yourself regularly wishing to harm your child or perhaps a pet because they irritate you all the time?

Anger and high adrenaline trigger physiological reactions. For example, raised heartbeat, higher temperature and palpitations. This level and force of emotion over an extended period of time can bring about severe physiological and psychological health problems.

Such as

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • high blood pressure
  • and lower-functioning immune system to list just a few.

Frequent angry outbursts could also have a devastating impact on our relationships. Both professionally and personally, leading to us even more unhappiness and even placing us or those close to us in danger. If your anger is causing distress to you and those around you, then anger management therapy could be right for you.

Gareth Parry Professional, Therapeutic Counsellor

Anger Therapy Gareth Parry