Counselling for Jealousy & Insecurity

Counselling for Jealousy & Insecurity

If we feel insecure we are more likely to feel jealous, whether this is within a relationship or just jealous of what others have that we don’t.  Either way jealousy can be a very destructive emotion and one that can have an extremely negative impact on us, our lives and those around us.

Who Can Counselling for Jealousy Help?

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Do you often feel jealous of what other people have and feel that it is unfair that you do not have the same?  Do you worry about your partner cheating on you?  Do you feel jealous of your partner’s relationships with others?  Does your jealousy influence your decisions and the way that you behave?  Do you get into arguments with others because of your insecurity?  Do you feel insecure within yourself as if others have more to offer than you?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to one of more of these questions you may benefit from our counselling services dealing with jealousy and/or insecurity.

A Recent Testimonial

“My husband and I tried a number of counsellors in Fulham before we found The British CBT & Counselling Service. It was such a different experience to the ones we had had before and this time it actually seems to have worked! I would recommend that if you are struggling in your relationship you should try them”.
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What Does Treatment for Jealousy and Insecurity Involve?

Step 1

The first step is to talk to one of our Therapists about the situations in which you feel jealous and what you do as a result of these feelings.  Your Therapist will also ask you about how you feel about yourself and whether you are aware of feeling insecure or if you struggle to trust others to treat you well.  They will also ask you some more general questions about yourself, your life and your relationships and what you would like to achieve through your treatment.

Step 2

Using the information from step 1 your Therapist will devise a treatment programme to help you to overcome your jealous feelings and any associated insecurities and anxiety, this is likely to include some Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques which will provide you with both practical and psychological ways of dealing with the uncomfortable feelings and unhelpful behaviours that accompany jealousy and insecurity.

Step 3

In parallel with Step 2 your Therapist will teach you strategies to boost both your confidence and self-esteem which will protect you from a future relapse of your difficulties and ensure that your life and your relationship start to run more smoothly.

Fees

Prices can be found on our Fees Page. If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to call 0800 002 9068 or fill out a contact form.

Locations

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Therapists

All of our Therapists offer counselling for Jealousy & Insecurity both for individuals and couples, click here to view the team.

More Reading on this Subject

For more information related to marriage and relationship issues please visit our dedicated page: Marriage Counselling & Relationship Therapy

Should you wish to find out more about the topics that are covered by The British CBT Counselling Service, then please check out our blog articles here.