· Depression and Low Mood · Obsessions & Compulsions
· Eating Distress · Stress
· Health Issues · Trauma
· Internal Conflict · Women’s issues
· Identity and Sexuality · Work related issues
· Later Life issues
· Panic attacks
· Personal Growth and Development
Which approaches to Therapy are most helpful?
It can be confusing and difficult to understand what is meant by the various terms
used to describe the different models of therapy or indeed which particular model
might best suit a specific problem. Most therapists tend to use a variety of approaches
with which they feel comfortable.
The following is a list of approaches which I use regularly in my work with clients
although I would of course, explain and discuss any approach in detail before using
it. In the early stages I tend to use a person centred approach to encourage a client
to explore the difficulty or difficulties currently being experienced. (More detailed
information can be sent on request).
· Person Centred Approach
· Cognitive Behavioural approaches including Relaxation, Guided Imagery & Mindfulness.
· EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing)
· Ego State approaches including Transactional Analysis and Sub-personalities
· Psychodynamic (essentially linking past to present)