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What Should You Talk About in Counselling?

John A. Manning

What Should You Talk About In Counselling?

While it may be true that everyone has problems or concerns in one form or another, it is equally true that not everyone wants to talk about those concerns.

It is important to prioritize your concerns before going into counselling:

1. What issue is of the longest duration?
2. What issue creates the most distress for me?
3. What do I really need to deal with now?

Often issues are interrelated. Exploring one leads to uncovering others. Once you have decided what is most important:

- Self-Confidence
- Self-Esteem
- Relationships
- Trust
- Anger
- Sexual Issues

The next task is to commit to start and find a therapist to work with. Arrange a brief interview with your selected therapist. He or she should be willing to have a 10 minute interview with you.

Supportive Counselling Services is here to support you!