Clients can gain a deeper understanding and a better insight into finding ways of interpreting situations and feelings within an integrative framework of Person-Centred Approach, Attachment Theory and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
The purpose of an integrative psychotherapeutic approach is to put forward the opportunity to view your circumstances from a different perspective, offering the flexibility needed to move forwards towards your personal goals.
I will actively listen and help you to explore the nature of the concerns that are causing you distress or anxiety with a view to helping you to challenge and reflect on your experiences in the context of the past as well as the present within an Integrative psychotherapeutic approach.
Person-Centred – Explores the clients’ current worries and concerns in a professional, therapeutic environment that is non-judgmental and empathic.
Attachment Theory – Explore early affectionate ties for the possibility of learnt behaviours or triggers related to distressing relationship experiences.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Explore clients individual formulation of negative automatic thoughts that interact with feelings of anxiety perpetuating and evoking unhappiness. CBT reduces anxiety through challenging the current thinking process and constructing new ways of positive thinking while implementing new behaviours.
Applied Behaviour Analysis – Is a unique discipline that draws from education as well as clinical psychology to formulate techniques and principles to bring about meaningful and positive changes in behaviour.