Bullying Therapy

Bullying is when one or more people systematically threaten, humiliate, constrain or undermine someone over a period of time. It can happen at work, institutions, universities, at home or anywhere else.

Victims of bullying are often coerced or manipulated into doing something against their will. Their self-confidence usually suffers as a result of the targeted abuse they're getting. Therapy can help you cope.

Find a therapist who can help you with bullying

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If you are a victim of bullying, it may help you to talk to a therapist. Here's a selection of the verified and qualified therapists on PlusGuidance who can help you identify and work with you to overcome this. Most of them offer consultations.


Workplace bullying

One of the most common places to be bullied as an adult is at work.


With the rise of the internet, bullying online has surged too. The sense of anonymity makes it easier to be mean online, as does the ability to snoop on other people's lives. This is especially a problem for teenagers but adults suffer too.

Verbal bullying

Includes written and spoken bullying such as threatening to cause harm, taunting, teasing, name-calling, sexually inappropriate comments.

Social bullying

Also called relational bullying, this involves hurting your reputation and relationships e.g. by spreading rumours, deliberately leaving you out, forbidding you to be friends with specific people, embarrassing you in public.

Physical bullying

Physically hurting you or your possessions. Involves hitting, spitting, pinching, kicking, pushing, tripping, rude hand gestures, damaging or stealing your things.




Feelings of loneliness

Problems sleeping or eating, eating disorders

Losing your self-confidence

Becoming withdrawn

Reduced work performance

Suicidal thoughts

Substance abuse

Engaging in violent or delinquent behaviours yourself

Trying to avoid going to where the bullying takes place, e.g. taking 'sick days' at work

Higher blood pressure

You've lost interest for activities you previously found enjoyable

"I had some consultations and then found the therapist I’m now working successfully with. PlusGuidance is giving people opportunities that just haven’t existed before - a new way to approach mental health treatment."

- Rohan

Why Use PlusGuidance

If what we describe above sounds like you, it may be worth talking to a qualified therapist that can help you work your way through this. PlusGuidance is a convenient way to get access to the right therapist for you. The website has a broad list of therapists specialising in bullying and other challenges so you’re bound to find the right one for you.

PlusGuidance also offers you four ways to have sessions with your preferred therapist: Online video, voice calls, messaging or in-person at the therapist's office. All online communications are secure and comply with the highest standards of data protection.


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