Adult Therapies

What adult therapies do we offer?

Integrative Counselling

What is Integrative Counselling? 

Integrative Counselling is a combined approach  that brings together

different elements of specific therapies such as Cognitive and Behavioural,

Psychodynamic, Humanistic Therapies. The view is that each person

needs to be considered as a whole and counselling must be tailored to their

individual and personal circumstances. 

How can it help?

It can help providing a flexible focus on the individual as a whole tailoring to meet needs and concerns. It can be beneficial for those who wants to overcome negative patterns caused by anxiety, depression and emotional issues that impacts life satisfaction.

Who is it for?

Due to the in-depth exploration of issues and setting of goals, integrative counselling typically requires a substantial commitment from  the client. It may not suit those who want a quick, solution-focused approach to personal development. The length of the therapy will depend on the client and the types of issues that are being addressed.

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Psychodynamic Counselling

What is Psychodynamic Counselling? 

Psychodynamic counselling will work according in context-specific ways, tailoring techniques and therapy style to the individual. The attitude of acceptance encourages the client to open up and explore unresolved issues and conflict that are affecting their mood and behaviour. Psychodynamic counselling aims to advocate change and self-development.

How can it help?

Psychodynamic approaches can be effective with a wide range of issues, in particular with anxiety and depression, life changing situations, emotional discomfort and issues.

Who is it for?

Individuals that are genuinely interested in exploring themselves, and seek self-knowledge in addition to symptom relief  con really benefit from this approach.

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