Why Talking Is Good.

Talking therapy creates greater self awareness. This involves knowing and labelling feelings connected to both present and past experiences, which is a key part of cultivating change. Talking to an impartial professional with no preconception of who you are can help you gain a different perspective and releases pressure/anxiety. Sometimes, talking may NOT feel so good but this is all part of the healing process.

You may come to therapy due to a sense that somethings not quite right or perhaps there has been a life event that has created an urgency to seek help. This could be anything from the loss of a loved one, expecting your first baby or the disclosure of an affair. Whatever your circumstances, we will sensitively explore your reasons for coming to therapy. In the process you will come out with a better understanding of your inner world and what has led you to where you find yourself today, so that you can change your narrative. Your thinking will be challenged but most importantly, we will create a space of self acceptance. Your feeling will be met with support, empathy and understanding.

For some, relationship therapy is the ‘last resort’. While this may sometimes be the case, many couples attend therapy as a way to keep their relationship healthy and address underlying concerns that may become conflicts in the future.

As one couple once said to me ‘we want to fix it before its broke!’.

Olivia Luna Talking is good


Please see what others say about Talking Therapies:

Benefits of Talking Therapy

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Talking therapy ‘as effective as antidepressants’ study finds


Olivia Luna COSRT

BACP Olivia Luna

Olivia Luna

Psychosexual and Couple Psychotherapy 

4 Devonshire Street, London, W1W 5DT