Brief psychotherapy is limited to an agreed number of sessions, generally 10 to 20, or termination date.
It is usually solution-based, active and directive, and often oriented toward a specific problem or symptom.
It uses a number of different approaches. It aims to identify and solve specific issues focusing on the present and future.
Brief psychotherapy for crisis intervention includes the practice of brief focal therapies (e.g. grief therapy), and supportive therapies, which is focused upon a specific symptom or problematic situation, provide a relatively brief treatment.
Therapists encourage their clients to work towards a future goal to liberate themselves from their problem.
If you require help and advice Counselling and Psychotherapy may be provided via Skype and FaceTime in the comfort of your home, office or any place of your choice.