Cosca (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland) 16 Melville Terrace



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COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland)

16 Melville Terrace | Stirling | FK8 2NE

t 01786 475 140 f: 01786 446 207

e: info@cosca.org.uk w: www.cosca.org.uk


COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
COSCA’s DESCRIPTION

Introduction

Counselling and psychotherapy are ways of responding to a wide range of human needs. Counselling and psychotherapy provide opportunities for those seeking help to work towards ways of living in more satisfying and resourceful ways.


In their current form, counselling and psychotherapy are less than 100 years old, but they have roots in much older ways of providing help and care. Counselling and psychotherapy have developed in order to respond to modern circumstances. They are living practices which are open to change and which evolve in response to changing needs. Consequently, it is impossible to define counselling and psychotherapy once and for all. So, instead of attempting to define them, this statement describes:








  • Views about the differences between counselling and psychotherapy.






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