Frequently Asked Questions

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Which type of psychotherapy is right for me?

There are quite a large number of psychotherapies, the mainstream orientations are the following, and are available at Remedy Clinic:

  • C.B.T – cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Psychodynamic
  • Psychoanalytic
  • Gestalt
  • Humanistic
  • Integrative / Holistic
  • Existential

Some therapies are directive, and others are non-directive. They all share an element of collaboration and rely on the development of a solid relationship between the therapist and client. All therapies seek to address the same fundamental goal for clients. This goal is personal growth through exploration and understanding – Which will help individuals break free of life’s difficult patterns, and resolve personal issues that seem to linger.

The process of psychotherapy is an individual one. Your therapist will make you aware how they work with their clients. You will be able to get a feel for the sessions after your first one. Feel free to ask as many questions as you like about the process. At the end of the first session, you can decide if it is the right therapy for you.

Where can I go to find out some more about my personal issues?

Thankfully, we have entered into an era where the importance of mental and emotional health is edging towards the fore of thinking. Within the dominant narrative now exists an acceptance that mental health issues are problems that all individuals can encounter on their journey through life. There are many avenues that are endorsed by differing bodies in relation to the best treatment for mental and emotional health issues, talking therapies are widely recognized as the most beneficial method and first port of call for individuals to address their concerns.

In order to inform yourself better in relation to specific issues, we have setup links to some of the great new resources that are available. Please follow any of the below links to get insight into information that can aid in choices, understanding and decisions around what is best for you. *


The above are touchpoints to find out more about anything that may be of concern for you. If you are in need of immediate assistance, or in need of immediate help with an alcohol or drug related issue, the following are resources that you can contact directly:

The Samaritans: / Ph.: 116123

AA – Alcoholics Anonymous:

NA – Narcotics Anonymous:

(*Please note that the resources on this page are for information purposes only, and that Remedy clinic accepts no responsibility for the use of information, interpretation of information or recommendations of any third party source detailed above.)