FAQ

What’s the point of going to a therapist?

Therapists are trained to listen. Sometimes confiding in friends and family isn’t enough, or you might be concerned about privacy or burdening them. Sometimes it’s your relationships with others that can be the cause of your problems. You might need a separate space in order to feel safe or confident enough to explore difficult feelings or experiences. ….continue

Will it be helpful for me?

When contacting us at Room Inside, you can be confident that you will receive the same quality of respect, kindness, professionalism and skill that we would expect from a therapist if we were seeking one ourselves….continue

There are so many private therapists locally, how do I choose which one to go to?

The most important factor for successful therapy is the quality of the relationship that exists between you and your therapist. Being able to trust your therapist and their skills as a professional isn’t a lot to ask for...continue

What’s the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

The generally accepted difference is that counselling is shorter-term and used for clients who have a specific or current difficulty such as the break-up of a relationship, or work-related stress. Psychotherapy can be longer-term and with more focus on the underlying issues that may be causing problems on the surface……continue 

How many sessions will I need?

You can have as many or as few sessions as you feel you need. We usually suggest attending every week for shorter term therapy….continue

How much should I pay per session?

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