Types of therapy

I offer a range of theoretical approaches which include but is not limited to - Person Centred Therapy (PCT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT),Psychodynamic Therapy (PDT), Pebbles, Drawing, Colouring, Gestalt, Jungian, Mindfulness, Transactional Analysis (TA) and Integrative Therapy


Integrative Therapy

Do you wish therapy could be tailored to suit your issues?

Are you looking to try therapy but can't decide what type is right for you?
Do you wish you could try several different ones, or worry one type alone just wouldn't be enough? 
Integrative therapy might be for you - this increasingly popular approach combines different schools of therapeutic thought together in a way that suits you personally, and best works to help you find life balance.

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What is Integrative Therapy and how does it work?

As an integrative therapist I am trained in several different approaches of counselling that include psychoanalytical, humanist, and cognitive behavioural therapies, as well as the increasingly popular technique of mindfulness.  
I can offer you a variety of theories and tools, depending on what suits you best. 
Integrative therapy is also about integrating you as a person. together we will look carefully at how the different parts of you work together – how your thoughts, emotions, behaviours, as well as physical and spiritual health are combining or clashing. The aim is not to 'change' you, but to help you find a balance within yourself that sees you become the best version of who you already are.

What is Integrative therapy recommended for?

Integrative therapy can be helpful for the following issues but is not limited to: 

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Relationship issues

  • Personality disorders

  • Family issues

  • Low self-esteem

  • Trauma

  • Addictions

  • Phobias

  • Bereavement

  • Domestic abuse

  • Gender Identity

  • Eating disorders

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What results can I expect from integrative therapy sessions?

The benefits of attending therapy can include the following:  

  • understand what is causing you challenges in life

  • recognise what triggers you into unhelpful behaviours

  • try new behaviours that bring better results in life and relationships

  • move beyond limitations you thought you had

  • feel more balanced within and in your life in general

  • set goals that you feel good about

  • reach greater potential of mind, body and spirit

  • begin to approach life in a more open and available way.

What to expect

Although I use a variety of theories and tools, I have an extensive awearness and practise of how the different schools of thought work together. So your therapy will have an overall structure and cohesiveness that works to support you and ensure progress. 
One of the important components of integrative therapy is the client and therapist relationship. During all your appointments I am committed to your personal growth, to seeing you as the unique individual that you are, and to creating an open, warm, confidential and empathic environment for you to talk, explore and learn.

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