From time to time, obstacles arise that prevent us from becoming the individual, partner, parent or friend that we strive to be. The practitioners at VCPS are here to help you manage these obstacles. We are committed to assisting you to know your goals and will work with you to identify the pathways to assist you understand yourself better and manage your difficulties. Our practitioner team consists of dedicated, highly experienced individuals who treat a wide range of concerns – whatever your needs, we are here to help.
At VCPS, our intake team are available to answer any queries you may have, and take the time to understand your needs so we can match you with the practitioner best suited to you.
Some individuals seek help from a VCPS practitioner after feeling that therapy with previous practitioners has been unfulfilling or even unsuccessful. For others who have not sought help yet, they contact VCPS when they feel they can no longer cope on their own.
We are available to help you manage and resolve a wide range of concerns, some of which include:
- Eating disorders
- Anger management
- Life transition
- Academic or work performance
- Learning difficulties
- Fertility difficulties
- Weight management
It is not uncommon for people to feel their concerns ‘aren’t bad enough’ to warrant seeing a psychologist, or that they will feel ready to see a psychologist ‘if things get any worse’. If you are considering seeing a psychologist, it is important to understand that psychological services are not solely for people struggling with serious mental health concerns. In fact, some individuals feel that most aspects of their life are under control or even thriving, but require an outlet or means of improving in certain areas – for example, in their work performance, relationships, or stress management.
Therapy can help individuals tackle any emotional barriers that may be preventing them from functioning at their best. Many individuals find that therapy can be utilised to increase positive emotions and skills (e.g. forgiveness or compassion) as a means of ongoing self-growth. Therefore, even if you do not feel anything is seriously wrong, seeking advice from a psychologist is a chance to improve your mental health and wellbeing.
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