The aim of therapy is to learn and practice behaviours to reduce the distress associated with a specific situation.
The aim of therapy is to change patterns of thinking and/or behaviour that have a negative impact on emotions.
Eye Movement Desensitisation
The objective of therapy is to promote the integration of fragmented memories using bilateral stimulation (e.g.: saccadic or rapid horizontal eye movement) to facilitate hemispheric communication.
Nurturing an intentional and non-judgemental focus of one’s own attention in the present moment is central to this approach. More information about mindfulness is available HERE.
View the individual as a segment of a whole in a wider network of people. The interactions and dynamics within these networks are explored during therapy. Family therapy is a systemic approach.
This is a goal-directed approach that focuses on solutions rather than problems.
Aims to restore and/or compensate for cognitive deficits resulting from brain damage or other illnesses.
Emphasise individuals’ own
expertise and capacity to heal.
Person-centered therapy and Gestalt therapy are humanistic approaches.
Rely on increasing individuals’ awareness of their own inner world to influence relationships by exploring the therapeutic alliance.