Exploring the Core Concepts Used in Mental Health Counselling and the Relief of Psychological Problems
This page provides access to some of the core concepts that are frequently encountered by clients during the course of mental health counselling.
In many respects, they are linked directly to the philosophical position that we adopt at Lee Psychology and how we approach helping people to overcome emotional distress.
- Attribution Theory
- Biomedical Models of Mental Illness
- Childhood Adversity
- Cognitive Reconstruction
- Confirmation Bias
- Coping Strategies
- Core Beliefs
- Experiential Beliefs
- Socially Acquired Beliefs
- Cultural Contexts
- Internal Working Model
- Learned Helplessness
- Locus of Control
- Safety Behaviours
- Self Esteem
- Subjectivity V Objectivity in Phobias
- Therapy Relationship
Arrange your FREE initial consultation here.
During this consultation we will discuss your particular issues and the different types of mental health counselling we offer (including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – CBT) without you having to commit to any counselling going forward.
The consultation lasts around 50 minutes and is a great opportunity to meet with either Paul or Joan and decide if you would like to proceed with any support.