Thanks to the evolution of science and technology we now have a clearer understanding of the human brain and are able to look at these issues in a different way.

Today, the art of talking therapies such as counselling are used to help people come to terms with any problems they are facing, with an ultimate aim of overcoming them.

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Being self-aware and having the capability to think and feel emotions with clarity and understanding is part and parcel of being human.

Unlike animals, our thought processes rely on far more than instinct alone.

Because of this, there is scope for the way we think to become a problem and to affect our emotions.

If we go back a few hundred years we can see that psychological issues were approached with fear and unnecessarily invasive treatments.

Feelings of stress, anxiety and low self-esteem are becoming all too common in today's society.

Counselling can offer practical advice for overcoming these kinds of issues as well as allowing you the space to vent your frustrations and feelings.

A counsellor is not there to sit you down and tell you what to do - instead they will encourage you to talk about what's bothering you in order to uncover any root causes and identify your specific ways of thinking.

The counsellor may then look to create a plan of action to either help you reconcile your issues or help you to find ways of coping.

Whether you've been involved in an accident or you have been the victim of abuse, the psychological impact of trauma can last years after the event itself.

In a counselling session trauma victims are encouraged to explore their feelings regarding the incident and look into how these could be resolved or changed.

Counselling falls under the umbrella term ‘talking therapies’ and allows people to discuss their problems and any difficult feelings they encounter in a safe, confidential environment.