Therapeutic Learning

"Learning is the beginning of health. Learning is the beginning of spirituality. Searching and learning is where the miracle process all begins."

Jim Rohn, Philosopher



Significant changes in life, such as having a family, a family leaving home, giving up work and retiring can all bring challenges.  For example, a life which is defined by working status is often hard to give up.  Having employees, responsibility, time filled with activity and a sense of purpose which suddenly stops, can bring feelings of isolation and confusion.  Therapy can help you deal with issues of loss of status and responsibility, a lack of motivation, depression, anxiety and a host of other issues that can crop up in this change of life stage.  Alternatively, once children leave to go to university, getting back into work can be challenging when confidence is low and skills are rusty.  Motivation, confidence building and skills development can be vital to psychological wellbeing at this important stage of transition.


WEALTH Therapy can also form part of this process.

These are some of the issues that clients often bring to therapy:

anxiety and stress


loss of confidence and self-esteem

need for self-development

fears and phobias

anger management

problems with personal relationships

business and career matters

existential issues



We are currently conducting further research into a therapeutic methodology which utilises learning theory. 'Therapeutic learning' is a counselling approach based on recent research which integrates Person-centred therapy and other therapeutic approaches with the principles of long term learning.  The process enables you to learn how to manage your challenges and be your own therapist going forward.  If you are interested in participating, a discounted fee would apply.