Based on the relationship between an individual and a therapist, psychotherapy is the process of treating mental, relational or emotional difficulties by the use of verbal and psychological techniques. By developing a therapeutic relationship in a supportive, neutral and nonjudgmental environment, the person and her/his therapist work together in order to overcome problematic thoughts or behaviours.

Most of the time, people come to a psychotherapist because they are experiencing discomfort or dissatisfaction in their lives. Psychotherapy may be used to treat relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, trauma, eating disorders, addictions… But it can also aim at increasing joy, happiness, self-knowledge and wellbeing.

There are many different approaches to psychotherapy. A psychotherapist may refer to many theories and may use different techniques, according to each person and situation.

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