Specialised treatments such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and other clinically proven therapies are used as appropriate to best serve individual needs and achieve maximum success in the shortest possible time frame.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
- CBT is a proven psycho-therapeutic approach which explores the intimate relationship between thinking, feeling and behaviour.
- CBT encourages clients to develop strategies to more effectively manage their feelings, thinking and behaviour.
- Clients benefit from learning to identify, “catch” and evaluate unhelpful thinking patterns which assists them to cope more effectively.
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
IPT is a proven approach which focuses specifically on interpersonal relationships as a means of bringing about change, with the goal of helping clients to improve their interpersonal relationships or change their expectations about their relationships.
Schema therapy provides a new system of psychotherapy that is especially well suited to clients with entrenched, chronic psychological disorders which have been difficult to treat. The therapy blends elements from CBT with various other therapies into a rich, unifying conceptual and very effective treatment model.
Additional Psychological Therapies
Meditation & Mindfulness
Learning to relax, pay attention and improve mindfulness to physical, mental and emotional experiences. Minimise unhelpful thoughts and “dwelling” on problems which makes them easier to deal with.
Clinical hypnotherapy encourages the use of imagination and mental imagery in a state of focused, concentrated attention. Ideas and suggestions that are compatible with what the patient wants have a powerful impact on the mind.
Gentle Mind-Body therapy influenced by Eastern healing strategies. Treats problems by harnessing the power of the sub conscious mind to complement and improve outcome of more traditional therapies - particularly effective in treating anxiety and trauma issues.