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What type of psychotherapy do you practice?

There are many types of psychotherapy or schools of thought. They fall, more or less, into one of three main categories: Cognitive behavioural, psychodynamic or humanistic. Each therapy has a set of theories on the human mind and how a person can overcome difficulties. A psychotherapist will work with you based on the theories he or she has studied and practiced. You can find out more about the different types of psychotherapy here: UKCP website.

I am ‘integrative’ in approach. This means that I am trained to start with the problem the client brings rather than sticking strictly to just one approach. Integrative psychotherapies draw on what is in common between many of the different theories. It puts the client and the client’s concerns at the centre and pulls in understandings and insights from a variety of sources. I use a wide range of both traditional and modern psychotherapeutic techniques to be able to tailor my approach to suit my clients' needs. This means that my approach to working with you will be as unique as you are.

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