Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst.

The terms “Counsellor,” “Therapist,” and “Psychoanalyst” refer to different types of mental health professionals who provide various forms of therapy and support. Here’s a breakdown of their differences:


Firstly, Counsellor: A counsellor typically provides guidance, support, and counselling services to help individuals address specific challenges, improve their well-being, and develop coping strategies. They often focus on short-term, goal-oriented counselling. Also, they may work in settings such as schools, community centres, or private practices. The level of education and training required differs from country to country.


Secondly, Therapist: The term “therapist” is a broader and more inclusive term. It encompasses various mental health professionals who provide therapy and treatment for mental, emotional, and behavioural issues. This can include psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and more. Therapists often have advanced degrees in fields such as psychology, counselling, or social work. They typically provide a range of therapeutic interventions. Also, they may diagnose mental disorders, develop treatment plans, and offer ongoing therapy.


Thirdly, Psychoanalyst: Psychoanalysts are mental health professionals who have undergone specialised training in psychoanalysis. This, of course, is a specific form of therapy based on the theories of Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalysis involves exploring unconscious thoughts, emotions, and conflicts to gain insight into psychological issues. Psychoanalysts typically receive extensive training, often including their own personal psychoanalysis.

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst.

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst

It’s worth noting that the specific roles and responsibilities of these professionals can vary depending on factors such as their training, experience, and the regulations and licensing requirements of their jurisdiction. Additionally, many mental health professionals may use various therapeutic approaches and techniques. They often combine elements of counselling, therapy, and psychoanalysis. This is based on their expertise and the needs of their clients.Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst.

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Additionally, there are a number of other therapeutic providers that provide a very useful service in the community. However, they are less regulated. These include Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP) practitioners, Hypnotherapists and more recently Cognitive Hypnotherapists. Life Coaching is another approach that is less regulated, but may still deliver the assistance a patient/client requires.

On the pages of this website you can read information around the therapy from Oxford Therapeutics Ltd that is gaining acclaim globally. Also below you can download both a Therapist Training Manual and client Work Book. All are explained in the Training section of the site..

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst.

Pause Button Therapy ‘Therapist Training Manual’ and ‘Client Work Book’

The extensive Pause Button Therapy Therapist Training Manual is in PDF format for immediate download.  You can read more details about the manual in the Training section of this website. The manual also includes a multi-print PDF copy of the Client Work Book, enabling therapists to supply the work book to their clients, either free of charge, or for a small fee.

We accept payments either by credit, or debit card, as well as PayPal, for all of our Pause Button Therapy products. Firstly, just click on the “Buy Now” button. Then you can either log in to your PayPal account, if you have one, or you have the option to pay by bank card.

The cost of the complete PBT Therapist Training Manual, including a multi re-printable copy of the Client Work Book, is £54.00. It is available as an immediate download.

PBT training manual

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The Manual will:

  • Summarise the origins of Pause Button Therapy/TactileCBT and the developmental process that has led to its current position in the therapeutic field.
  • Describe the theories and research that underpin TactileCBT.
  • Explain the differences between TactileCBT and other CBT-based interventions, and the contribution that it makes to the field of therapy.
  • Demonstrate how Pause Button Therapy/TactileCBT can enhance and further develop current clinical practice.
  • Show how you can apply Pause Button Therapy/TactileCBT techniques to improve the well-being and outcomes of clients immediately.

Following the Introduction section, the manual is broadly divided into three sections:

  • Theoretical Framework
  • Working With Clients
  • Evidence Based Therapy Introduction

Pause Button Therapy Client Work Book

The Pause Button Therapy Client Work Book is available independently as a PDF download for just £6.95

PBT client work book

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The Client Work Book covers in detail:

  • How Pause Button Therapy/TactileCBT can change your life.
  • The alternative choices and actions you have.
  • How to develop an emotional connection.
  • Introduction to Time Perspective, and its importance.
  • The role of thoughts
  • Encourages the recording of your therapy journey.

Counsellor, Therapist or Psychoanalyst

Pause Button Therapy, published worldwide by Hay House. How helpful would it be if we could occasionally just pause: freeze time for a few moments and consider the consequences of the actions we are about to take?
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Pause Button Therapy is a proven, innovative and interactive new therapy technique that allows you to do exactly this, empowering you to break free of negative habits and unconscious responses. PBT is based on an incredibly simple idea but it can be used for a whole host of issues. It provides additional thinking time, allowing a person to consider the potential consequences of their actions and adjust their behaviour accordingly. PBT has been hugely successful in the treatment of everything from addiction and weight issues to depression, anxiety and relationship problems, and this book will show you the many ways in which you can use it to transform your experience of life.

“The Pause Button Therapy Book clearly describes a technique that can be employed to very good effect in a range of therapies. I recommend its use” Windy Dryden PhD, Professor of Psychotherapeutic Studies, Goldsmiths University of London. Order the book from Amazon.

Pause Button Therapy/TactileCBT is for anyone who’s ever made a mistake in their life and wants to strive to never make one again. It is for anyone who wants to make a real change in their lives.

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Keep up to date with the latest news and trends about Pause Button Therapy and TactileCBT by visiting our Blog page. New in-depth info is added periodically, so make sure you bookmark the page and visit regularly. Click here to see what everyone is talking about. Feel free to also share the link with your friends.

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If you require any additional information around Pause Button Therapy and Tactile CBT,  the PBT Cards and Wristbands, Work Books, or the new Therapist Training Manual, email us today. We will be pleased to answer any outstanding questions you may have. We look forward to hearing from you soon and maybe helping you change your life, or, of course, assisting you to help others.

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