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  • Fe Robinson

Preparing for psychotherapy

If you’re thinking of working with a therapist, it’s a good idea to be clear about what is prompting you, and what you want to have happen.  Here are some questions to help you prepare:

1.  What brings you to therapy?

2.  Why now?

3.  What are your goals for therapy?

4.  What will be difference once your goals have been met?

5.  How important is this to you? What benefits will it bring?

6.  How will you know when your goals for therapy are met?

7.  What's your understanding of the issues?

8.  How do you think change might occur?

9.  What are you prepared to commit to do differently to meet your goals?

10.  What are you prepared to let go of to move forwards?

Now settled in my new base in the West End of Darlington a short walk from the centre of town, I have capacity to take on new clients between now and the autumn for psychotherapy, individually or as a couple. I offer online sessions over Zoom for UK based clients.  If you’re interested, get in touch on 01325 467042 or at

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