The term “psychotherapy” comes from the Greek words for ‘soul’ and ‘healing.’ Therapy begins with a conversation, using encouraging words by a non-judgmental and objective individual trained specifically, in the Art of Counselling, to facilitate personal and interpersonal functioning. It can be a process of exploration, so that you can gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your world and the relationships around you. The therapist will help you to draw insights or conclusions, recognize patterns and identify changes you would like to make. This happens in a supportive and safe place that the therapist curates. Psychotherapists serve persons of all ages and cultural backgrounds in both individual and group settings. Overall, talking about issues with a therapist who acts as a guide, can help people achieve self-awareness, self-empowerment, and more fulfilling and satisfying lives.