In the first session, your therapist will spend some time getting to know you, ask about your life, your difficulties, what brought you to therapy and what you want to achieve or get out of the sessions. You will then agree whether therapy is going to be useful to you, what type of therapy you may benefit from and how many sessions you may need. There will also be chance for you to ask any questions you may have.
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- What happens if I am in crisis, or my therapist believes I pose a risk to myself or others?
- When can I see a therapist?
- How long does it take?
- Can I book in for a series of babylon Therapy sessions?
- How does a therapy session work?
- What can I expect in the first session?
- What is CBT and why is it different?
- What if I feel suicidal and need help urgently?
- What is therapy?
- Who can book a therapy consultation?