QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE
WHAT IS INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY?
Integrative psychotherapy draws from different therapeutic modalities, allowing therapists to blend different ways of working according to a person's needs. Integrative psychotherapy looks at the person as a whole, considering emotional, physical and mental needs.
In integrative therapy, we explore parts of ourselves that feel fragmented and aim to hold them in a more cohesive way. This helps us not only to go through life with an increased sense of ease, but also increases awareness of our ways of being in the world.
WHICH MODALITIES AM I TRAINED IN?
I have been trained in the following therapeutic approaches:
Psychodynamic therapy, which considers the impact of early experiences on current behaviour and relationships.
Humanistic therapy, which emphasises the potential of each individual for self-growth given the right conditions.
Existential therapy, which inquires into what it means to be human and explores our anxieties, fears and sense of uncertainty as part of daily life.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM YOUR THERAPIST?
Therapists are trained professionals that offer a confidential space to talk about your thoughts, feelings, and difficulties.
Therapists aim to listen and understand your experience without judgment. The focus is on creating an atmosphere that allows for open exploration and provides compassionate listening.
Starting therapy can feel daunting, but your therapist is there to support you and work with you through the process of therapeutic change.