Are you struggling and looking to make changes, but need some support doing so?
Here at Canwillbebetter™, we seek to specialise in what we do best and offer affordable online and face-to-face psychotherapy and counselling to individuals, couples and families presenting with a variety of issues.
We appreciate there are no single-solutions to any issue and your psychologist will work with you to create a tailored treatment plan that suits all your needs as your path to well being continues.
Divorce and breakups can bring a sense of relief, specially if the relationship was making you unhappy. However it can also bring on a range of difficult feelings such as; denial or disbelief (it’s not really over), guilt, sadness, anger or fear and may lead to feeling; rejected, lonely or confused.
Working with a psychologist will provide an objective and rational perspective and arm a person with the necessary skills and tools to navigate life without their former partner.
We welcome all cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. About one fifth of our clients are from the LGBTQ community and we strive to be the preferred choice when one needs a professional to talk to.
Although a person’s sexual or romantic orientation or gender identity may not be a source of distress, the social stigma of living as a minority can be a source of stress or anxiety. Talk to us, we have a great deal of experience with LGBTQ issues.
Being a team of expats ourself living in The UK and Greece, we at Canwillbebetter™ have direct experience with many of the challenges that comes with living and working abroad.
Coming from Norway, we have been expats ourself in South Africa, Central America and the last couples of years in the UK and Greece. Expat counselling and coaching services comes natural for us to offer as we have been living the expat life for many years and will continue to do so in the future.
Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: On purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally. Instead of judgment or criticism, this attention is curious and kind. Using mindfulness in psychotherapy has become a popular topic among psychologists and it has been incorporated within psychoanalytic and cognitive–behavioural psychotherapies.
Mindfulness in therapy can help you with feelings of stress, general anxiousness, panic attacks and phobias, by providing you with ways of dealing with certain situations as they occur and exploring the cause of these.
Do you feel like you’re always tired? Well, you’re far from alone. 1 in 3 adults fails to get enough sleep. And between work or school, family or friends, and all the other commitments, it’s easy to blame a busy lifestyle on constant fatigue. But when you suffer from a constant lack of energy and ongoing fatigue, then you need professional help. The physical exhaustion can limit the ability to carry out normal daily activities and fuel symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.
Counselling and psychotherapy can help you discover ways to manage physical symptoms and cope with the emotional and psychological challenges CFS can bring to your life.
The main characteristic of an eating disorder is an obsession with weight. These thoughts can lead to severe consequences concerning health and behaviour. People with eating disorders often use food, and the control of food intake, in an attempt to compensate for feelings and emotions that may otherwise seem over-whelming. For some, dieting, bingeing, and purging, may begin as a way to cope with painful emotions and to take control.
Our Clinical psychologist are helpful in changing thoughts and expectations by providing support and encouragement.
Holding a grudge imprisons you. Forgiveness sets you free. In fact, the health benefits of forgiveness are so clear, holding a grudge seems self-destructive by contrast.
By developing certain skills, you can become more able to change things to fulfill your potential, become more profitable, and make your life run better.
Therapy can help you to identify the skills and capabilities that you have, and allow you to use them to the best of your ability.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological and physical condition that is caused by a very frightening or distressing event. If you have PTSD, you may often re-live the traumatic event through nightmares and flashbacks. You may also have problems concentrating and sleeping, and feel isolated and detached. These symptoms are often persistent and can be severe enough to have a significant impact on your day-to-day life.
We all express ourselves differently – choose the type of therapy that feels right for you. With Text Therapy, you can message your private psychologist exactly when you feel like it. Whether you’re on the go or at home, you can access your psychologist anytime. As long as your smartphone is charged and you have an internet connection, you have a therapy session with your psychologist.
Knowing that a professional can be there for you when you need it the most. Knowing exactly what you are going through as well as knowing how to help, can be not just a significant reassurance and comfort that things will be just fine, but a life changer!
Emotions can’t be scheduled