What I found helpful

“Discussions about being realistic …”

What I got out of it was that

I was able to be less harsh on myself and not to be so worried about changes that were happening”

I also liked:

“I felt happier about the way my life was going – more able to relax and go with the flow.”

Thanks Louise for always being present and trying to accommodate my wishes and needs

I am achieving what I set out to achieve

“It’s starting to happen”

I am:

“able to re-discover my Free Child

“I want more of the same”

Session rating scales indicated that client felt heard, understood and respected.

We worked on what client wanted to work on.

The therapist was a good fit for the client

Overall the sessions were right for the client


What was helpful or important?

“Helping me reflect on my actions and behaviours and how these could have an impact on others. This includes how this may influence their own actions.

What made this event helpful and what did you get out of it?

“It enabled me to think about the consequences and recognise when I was acting and behaving in a manner that was not “helpful” to the situation. “

“It also gave me something to talk about with my partner.

 

Session rating scales indicated that client felt heard, understood and respected.

We worked on what the client wanted to work on.

The therapist was a good fit for the client.

Overall the sessions were right for the client.


What was helpful in therapy?

“Generally being able to talk to an individual who was independent to the situation.”

Please describe what made this important or helpful and what you got out of it.

“Being able to talk openly about various events that had occurred during my past.

Did you achieve what you had set out to achieve at the beginning?

“Set me on the road to thinking more positively about myself. “


What was helpful in therapy?

“I did not have any specific events … I can say it was all quite relevant”


What was helpful in therapy?

“The therapist said …. and I complement one another. The therapist said that … should be more assertive in how he speaks to me and make me listen which would make me have more respect for him. “

Please describe what made this important or helpful and what you got out of it.

“I have learned to listen to … opinions more and thoughts. To listen to him. Having more of an understanding of his childhood / background which he has never opened up about much.”

“Having an understanding of ….  more has helped me to accept some of his ways and his capacity to shut off from situations and appear distant.”

Did you achieve what you set out to achieve at the beginning?  

“Yes I think so. I learned more about me and …”

“We felt that we had come to a reasonable conclusion.”