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About Brief-Focal Counselling

About Brief-Focal Counselling

When you need a brief solution, you'd choose Dean Richardson's brief focal counselling. Brief counselling is a specialised, time-limited form of counselling that offers you a set number of sessions (discussed between you and Dean at the beginning). By being focussed upon a single, important subject, the counselling work becomes swift, concentrated … and budget-able. Brief psychodynamic counselling is not suitable for everyone but whether six sessions, twelve, or a number specific to your needs, Dean will help you decide if this can be a good therapy for you…

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Brief Counselling or Open-ended Counselling?

Brief Counselling or Open-ended Counselling?

"Brief/Focal" counselling or "Open Ended" counselling - which method of therapy might suit you best?

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How do I begin Counselling?

How do I begin Counselling?

Beginning counselling or group therapy is quite straightforward - and this article describes an easy overview of how you begin counselling/therapy with Dean Richardson

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How do Support Groups End?

How do Support Groups End?

A brief overview of how counselling comes to an end

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How does Counselling End?

How does Counselling End?

A brief overview of how counselling comes to an end

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