People often ask about the difference between Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Counselling usually looks at specific issues or concerns for an individual. The aim is to help you develop a clearer understanding of your concerns, and to assist you to identify the resources you need, in order to find a resolution.
Psychotherapy is a longer-term process, which focuses more on the meaning of concerns, and the impact of past events and trauma.
There can be an overlap between longer term counselling and psychotherapy.