Sexual, physical or psychological abuse

Sexual, physical, or psychological abuse

Sexual, Physical or Psychological Abuse Therapy

Extreme experiences lived during childhood may interfere with life as adults. We experience all kinds of symptoms but we initially do not relate them to past difficulties. Talking to a clinical psychologist may allow you to correlate your current difficulties to what originated them in the first place, once detected we can enter a process of grief and closure.

Whether sexual, psychical or psychological, abuse can cause trauma. However, people who do experience traumatic events do recover from those events. If we experience distress, it is because our reaction is still connected to that traumatic event.

How does therapy develop?

How long does therapy take?

The time in therapy is determined by the depth of the problem or whether the symptom/problem is specific or has generalised to other parts of your life.