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Therapeutic Modalities

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy works with unconscious processes and takes the approach that our past impacts our present and may determine how we react in certain situations and relationships. It is particularly helpful for those who feel their difficulties have affected them over a long period of time and are noticing repeated patterns of behavior and need relief of mental and emotional distress.

Existential Therapy

Existential therapy places emphasis on the human condition as a whole and is interested in how human beings live and make sense of their lives given the limitations of what it is to be human. Emotional and psychological difficulties are viewed as inner conflict caused by an individual's confrontation with the givens of existence. One of the principal existential questions and one which is addressed in the therapy is "How can I understand and make something meaningful of my life, knowing that ultimately I cannot control the world around me, and in the awareness that time is always ticking away?"


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - works with conscious processes and focuses on thoughts and behaviours in the here and now. When you feel anxious, you may often have accompanying negative thoughts which, over time, may develop into quite fixed ‘faulty thinking styles’ or ‘thinking errors. CBT is the most researched and widely used clinical approach for a variety of mental health problems.

Brief Solution Focused Therapy

Brief Solution Focused therapy is a short-term goal-focused evidence-based therapeutic approach, which incorporates positive psychology principles and practices, and which helps clients change by constructing solutions rather than focusing on problems. 

Person-Centred Therapy

Person-centred therapy, ultimately sees human beings as having an innate tendency to develop towards their full potential. However, this ability can become blocked or distorted by certain life experiences, particularly those experiences which affect our sense of value. In therapy, we work from your perspective to allow you to reconnect with your inner values and sense of self-worth, thus enabling you to find your way forward and progress.

Systemic Family Therapy

Systemic couples therapy addresses issues in the context of important relationships and social networks. It focuses on the family structure rather than the person. The  systemic perspective looks at an individual's problems in relation to the different contexts in which they live: as a partner in a couple relationship, as a family member, as a person with particular cultural and/or religious allegiances, as well as socio-economic and political processes. Systemic practice regards "context" as critical to psychological development and emotional well-being. It aims to improve  family functioning, boost mutual understanding and emotional support, develop coping skills and problem-solving solutions for diverse life situations.

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