Counselling is another form of talking therapy. Counsellors are trained in active listening and empathising. They provide a non-judgemental environment that allows you to explore your difficulties in confidence.
Also, in counselling, sometimes it is helpful to look to the past to see how previous experiences have contributed to present situations and ways of thinking and being. Often there are hidden connections between past experiences and current challenges in your life, work, and relationships, and exploring these connections can clear away barriers, open up new opportunities, and stimulate a surprising degree of change.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is, as the name suggests, a therapy that focuses on identifying how we think and interpret certain situations in life (cognitions) and looks how this affects our mood and the way we act (behaviour). Also, the way we act may affect how we feel and our thoughts.
CBT focuses on your present situation and it can help you gain a new perspective on the problem and equip you with more adaptable ways of coping with it.
Physiotherapy is a holistic approach that can help restore movement and the function of affected parts of one's body. It is commonly used to treat various problems, for example: back, neck or shoulder pain; sports injury; movement problems resulting from strokes, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease and other conditions.
A Physiotherapist usually explains to you the cause of injury and they are able to give you a tailored exercise and physical activity advice. They also may use manual therapy to alleviate your pain and to encourage better movement of the body.