What is: Debriefing

Have you ever had something happen to you, and there’s been nobody to talk about it to? Or nobody you feel would understand, or nobody who’d just shut up for five minutes and let you finish?

Welcome to debriefing.

Debriefing is one of the more understated but valuable uses of time in the therapeutic space.

Although no longer used in response to traumatic events, debriefing can still be used in less critical scenarios.

I’ve found theres great value in just having someone to talk to about something recent that went on. Did something happen at work recently thats bugging you? Something in your family? Is it something that the person you’d normally talk to wouldn’t get?

I use debriefing quite regularly, with my supervisor and my support team. Its a great space just to get things off your chest, and be heard.

You don’t have to be in crisis to see a counsellor. You can be in any state, and we’re ready to receive you.

Reach out.

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