Dena Darling M.Sc., C.T.A.(P), U.K.C.P.


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Many clients feel anxious when they first consider counselling or therapy. Not many people talk about the therapy they've had (or are having), which means that everyone tends to think they're the first person in their family or friendship circle who's ever considered therapy. Usually they are not!

People who are considering therapy often feel alone, and unsure what to expect. If you are willing to share some of your experiences of therapy it could be a big help. Your identity will remain confidential - only the information you type in the boxes will be revealed.

Why did you have therapy?

Were you anxious about your first session?

What was your first session actually like?

What were the rest of your sessions like?

How do you feel about your therapy now?

Would you recommend therapy to other people?

What would you say to someone who is thinking about therapy but feels anxious about it?

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