Bullying has gained much greater recognition with research, organisations and policies and guidelines being developed to help identify, deal with, reduce bullying, however bullying continues to occur and people often bring their experiences of being bullied and the impacts it has had on their lives to therapy.
Bullying can occur during all stages of life; at school, work, university, online and almost anywhere. People who have experienced bullying often find counselling helpful, whether that’s dealing with a current bullying incident or something that has happened earlier in life.
Bullying can result in a number of things including:
- Low self-esteem
- Suicidal thoughts
Speaking to a counsellor can help victims of bullying deal with incidents of bullying as well as looking at others behaviour. Often clients come to counselling for other reasons and the root cause of the behaviour is bullying. Counselling can help victims deal with the issues associated with bullying as well as dealing with the root cause.
Our Counselling and Psychotherapy Services
We have many years of experience, and provide a wide range of Counselling and Psychotherapy services covering alcohol addiction support. We also offer a range of approaches including Integrative Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, Systemic and Existential Psychotherapy.
Read more: Bullying and the different types of bullying
Further Bullying Therapy Assistance
If you require further assistance regarding our Bullying Services either Contact Nicholas Rose & Associates using the Enquiry form below or please telephone 020 8996 9551.
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