The following schools of thought inform my integration:
Psychodynamic therapy – stresses the importance of early relationships, the role of the unconscious and how past experience shapes and influences our current thoughts and behaviours.
Existential therapy – explores the concepts of freedom and choice, and making meaning in our lives.
Humanistic therapy – stresses the therapeutic relationship as a reparative opportunity for recognising our own responsibilities, and facilitating growth and change by offering an empathic, non-judgemental, honest and trustworthy experience.
I also incorporate some CBT and Mindfulness techniques into my work.
Issues I work with include…
* Anger Management
* Bipolar Disorder/Manic Depression
* Domestic Violence
* Eating Disorders
* Low Self-Confidence
* Low Self-Esteem
* Passive Aggressive Behaviour
* Personality Disorders
* Relationship Issues
* Self Harm
* Suicidal Thoughts
* Work Related Stress