24th November 2017 
Websites for therapists

Counselling and Complementary Therapy

The following wording has been prepared by therapy websites, to describe the range of therapies offered by therapy websites clients, in this case counselling and complementary therapy. This wording is not the responsibility of the Adlerian Society, and is not endorsed by the Adlerian Society

Webhealer websites are well used in the therapist community by a wide range of practitioners who are able to offer many forms of complementary therapy and alternative medicine. Complementary therapy is used in conjunction with counselling or conventional medical treatment, and sometimes as an alternative medicine. Many complementary therapies take a holistic approach to healing, and so can be useful for a myriad of treatments for psychological disorders such as migraine headaches and phobias, as well as digestive or other disorders: heartburn, constipation, nausea, sinus problems, poor appetite, irritable bowl syndrome, bloating, dizziness, hypo or hyperglycaemia, food intolerances and liver deficiencies. Hormonal imbalances may also respond well to complementary therapy and alternative medicine to help ease PMS, period cramps, mood swings, along with pre and post menopausal syndromes (hot flushes, osteoporosis prevention, weight control).

If you are wondering why you are often tired and run down, feel anxious and irritated, feel you need to manage stress levels better, want to boost your energy levels, think it is important to maintain a balanced diet with your busy routine, sleep properly, boost your concentration and memory or even soothe aching joints at the end of the day, then your practitioner will explain how complementary therapy can promote general good health and vitality. If you want to balance your mood, feel and look better and protect your future health then complementary therapies and alternative medicine may well be worth your consideration. Complementary therapy is commonly used to relax the body, and so has the potential to combine well with counselling, when seeking to manage stress or reduce anxiety levels.