There is this stigma of therapy that it’s only for crazy people. This is something that many people believe and it prevents them from ever stepping foot in a therapist office.
Traditional medical spaces are very cold and sterile. Within the first few seconds of a person entering a new space, whatever impression they form of the space becomes very difficult to change. If it feels too clinical, their level of anxiety will rise and that negative feeling will prolong their recovery or deter them from seeking professional help altogether.
Well-designed mental health treatment facilities contribute to the client’s healing and expand the therapeutic benefit provided by skilled professionals.
At A Space Between, we realise that it is paramount to create a space that ensure therapy clients are cared for with the respect and dignity they deserve without compromising security. We practice design thinking and everything from the size of the rooms to the layout of the furniture has been carefully considered in order to build a safe and comfortable space for both therapists and their clients. We will always be a work in progress and we enjoy working with our members to shape solutions that amplify wellness, privacy, security and reduce stigma.
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No matter what you’re facing, perhaps our website can offer up some solace or comfort. Know that you’re not alone, and that there is help available. This can be hard to keep in mind if you haven’t quite found the right support system. While it’s definitely not easy to find the right fit—whether you’re looking for a support group or a mental health provider—with diligence, it’s totally possible.
If you are a therapist, life coach or counsellor looking to join our growing community, head over to book a tour once you have learnt about the plans we offer. At A Space Between, there is a ready league of providers you can network with. With professionals from various backgrounds and therapy practices, there are bound to be the ones you can connect with. Private practice does not have to be lonely.