Possibilities Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre Aberdeen
The following are answers to some frequently asked questions, I hope you find these helpful.
Q. What kinds of issues can Possibilities help me with?
Possibilities can help with emotional, behavioural and relationship difficulties associated with everyday life, such as when you may feel stressed, anxious and are experiencing problems coping. We help people who are experiencing a variety of life's challenges, such as:
Q. How can I access Possibilities services?
Simply call us on 07593768129 or email Tracey Johnston, Psychotherapist and Clinical Director at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. What happens when I refer myself?
When you call, we will take some details such as your name, contact information, what you would like to address and provide you with an initial consultation appointment with one of our psychotherapists. If no-one is available to speak to you when you call, please leave a voice message with you name and telephone number and we will get back to you as soon as we can. If you email, we can usually reply within a few hours or at least by the next day.
Q. Can I be seen by the same psychotherapist I saw previously?
If you've previously attended Possibilities and would like to be seen again by the same psychotherapist, please let us know. If the psychotherapist is available , we will try to arrange this for you when possible.
Q. Where will I be seen for my appointment?
The venue for all appointments is usually at Possibilities Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre, 31 Jopp's Lane, Aberdeen AB25 1BX. We do not offer home visits. Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic, all appointments are online via Skype.
Q. Does my GP need to refer me?
As you can self-refer, there is no need for your GP to refer you.
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Tracey Johnston, Clinical Director/Psychotherapist:
Important News: The Covid-19 situation means that we all have to do our bit to flatten the curve; therefore, at Possibilities we have now completely shifted to online appointments mostly conducted via Skype. We ask that you keep an open mind and roll with this for now. Once people make the adjustment, Skype works very well.
We will revert back to mostly face to face appointments when things improve. Please remember, 'this too shall pass'.
Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Possibilities Psychotherapists workshop: 'Co-creating the Dialogical Self using the 'Mirrors of Possibility' Therapeutic Method' at the 'International Conference of the Dialogic Self' in Barcelona has been postponed to next Summer 2021.
Possibilities psychotherapists had the pleasure of presenting two workshops at the recent IFTA World Therapy Congress in the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) from 28th to 30th March 2019. The World Therapy Congress was attended by hundreds of psychotherapists from 38 different countries around the world. Possibilities was the only service from North East Scotland presenting.
Our first workshop on 28th March 2019 was entitled - 'A New 'U' in Systemic Bereavement: Undigested Grief, Embodied Stories, Spirituality and CMM' featuring some of the amazing outcomes our clients have achieved using our newly developed approaches.
Our second workshop on 29th March 2019 was called - 'Jazzing with the 'Mirrors of Possibility': Co-creating Magic Moments in Couple Therapy.' This highlighted some new therapeutic techniques we are developing for couples counselling and psychotherapy with individuals.
It was a wonderful Conference. We learned so many new therapy methods and techniques that will greatly benefit our clients and we also made many fantastic new friends.
New 'Bereavement Group' starting at Possibilities this January 2019.
'Systemic Bereavement Group Findings: the Meanings and Possibilities of Loss and Legacies as Constructed in Relationships' presentation at the Institute of Family Therapy, London, International CMM Learning Exchange on 23rd October 2017
Two Possibilities Psychotherapists internationally awarded as 'Fellows' of the CMM Institute, USA, May 2017.
Two psychotherapy papers on 'Spirituality' and 'Loss' by Possibilities Clinicians published in the 'Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy', March 2017 edition.
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