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Psychological Support

Therapeutic Support for Psychologists, Therapists, Counsellors, Coaches, MHS & Small Business Owners


Yes, there is a need for therapy for therapists. 

Just like any other profession, therapists are susceptible to stress, burnout, and other mental health issues. Providing therapy can be emotionally demanding work, and therapists can experience compassion fatigue or burnout as a result of working with clients who have experienced trauma or other difficult life experiences.

Therapy for therapists, also known as therapist self-care or therapist self-reflection, can help therapists develop coping strategies, manage stress, and prevent burnout.


It can also provide a safe and confidential space for therapists to process their emotions and experiences, reflect on their practice, and explore personal and professional growth.  Regular check-ins also serve as reminders to engage in self-care activities such as exercise, meditation, and social support to promote their well-being and resilience.

Am I depressed or
burnt out?


Am I an entrepreneur with ADHD?

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