Hello and welcome to Outing Therapy.
I’m Katerina Hadjiandreou (Founder of Outing Therapy) and I love showing you the behind-the-scenes of working with a holistic-relational therapist to be able to change your life and find happiness, after having spent fours years working with a Counselling Psychologist and Psychotherapist trained in a variety of therapies, tools and techniques myself and seeing results I never thought possible.
As a result, making a difference to people who themselves feel…
-They’ve tried everything in the book to change their lives and/or find happiness, but none of it seems to work
– There is some kind of external force stopping them from getting the things they want in life
–Everyone else in the world has some kind of ‘secret formula’ to life they don’t know about
– At a loss with the process of therapy, not really understanding the purpose of it, or how it’s going to make a difference to them and their lives.
– They’re willing to try something they’ve never tried before to get a result they’ve never gotten before
So if any of this describes you to a T, then you’re in the right place as throughout my blog, I’m going to demystify how working with a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist will support you in finding that ‘secret formula’ to life you’ve been so desperately looking to find, but yet haven’t found.
However, it’s important to note simply reading how a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist will support you, isn’t going to be enough. Since to see results, you need to actively participate in the journey of working with a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist and only then will you discover the ‘secret formula’.
Yes it will be difficult, but it will also be worth it too.
I will say though if you’re perfectly happy to keep doing what you’re doing, day in day out, year after year, then this blog probably isn’t for you.
Working with a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist for four years (like all too many people) I made tons of mistakes in the way I thought about, felt about and approached therapy sessions as I had lots of misconceptions about it.
And, at one point during the process, I felt like I was going round and round the same struggles, not seeing any real results, which I didn’t understand because I had experienced change the first year of working with a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist and at various times during my sessions.
But there was still something I wasn’t/couldn’t quite see.
However, after three years I finally figured out the formula to making therapy work for me and want to support you in doing the same so you don’t make the same mistakes I did.
What I blog about
A Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist’s, approach to therapy is a holistic one, which recognizes no one thing can support you in creating change in your life and for change to occur in one area of our lives, often change in another area of our lives will also require changing.
And it’s that approach I also take to sharing how to effectively work with a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist.
Therefore, I blog about the following topics:
What led me to blogging?
After working in different office environments for a number of years and moving from different departments including, fundraising to HR to Market Research I found none of them were the right fit for me.
And after finding myself working with a Counselling Psychologist/Psychotherapist and feeling passionate about the changes I was seeing and feeling in my life compared to before working with one, I felt compelled to start a blog to share my learnings with others.
My journey here…
When I’m not blogging you’ll find me happily at home (London, UK) cooking, writing morning pages, meditating, reading personal development books or watching motivational videos.
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