The Talks will run over Zoom. When you contact us to book a place (or places), we'll send you a link that will take you to the meeting when it starts. Most of us know how to use Zoom these days, but if you need any help, please don't hesitate to get in touch for help.
Our service offers a new approach to employee support, and we’re keen to share that with as many businesses as possible. There’s no hard sell and no commitment to sign up to ANYTHING after joining a SupportRoom Talk - we just want as many people as possible to find out how we can help.
SupportRoom provides ongoing online therapy via a secure web-based platform, connecting employees suffering from the symptoms of poor mental health with qualified clinical therapists. Clients can communicate with therapists via text- and voice messaging or face-to-face video calls. No appointments. No booking. Just help when it’s needed.
SupportRoom offers psychodynamic interpersonal therapy online at your convenience. With in-app messaging and voice notes, talk to your therapist comfortably from anywhere. The psychodynamic interpersonal therapist is uniquely matched to you and your needs.
Unlike psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychodynamic interpersonal therapy focuses on treatment to resolve difficulties rather than just understanding trauma. However, psychodynamic interpersonal therapy is similar as it also involves in-depth conversations to identify key triggers and traumas from the past.
Psychodynamic therapy has been proven to be effective for a wide range of mental health symptoms, and especially, effective for “medically unexplained” symptoms. The effects of this treatment last long after the completion of therapy as well.
Because psychodynamic therapy delves into the subconscious and its effects on the present-day symptoms, those who suffer from depression and anxiety benefit from this form of therapy because of its nature. Does psychodynamic therapy really work? Psychodynamic therapy has been proven to be effective for a wide range of mental health symptoms and is especially effective for “medically unexplained” symptoms. The effects of this treatment last long after the completion of therapy.
Psychodynamic therapy focuses on the psychological roots, commonly childhood problems, of any emotional suffering. Through deep discussion with a qualified therapist, one would self-reflect and self-examine their relationship with themselves and how that has affected the present symptoms. The aim is to change those childhood traumas and their effect on present day symptoms. In discovering patterns in behaviour, the in-depth discussion will change those behavioural patterns.