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Therapy Approaches

Choose a Therapy that Suits You


Child Psycholgist

Eye Movement Desentisization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Therapy for stressful life events and trauma

EMDR is a powerful therapy designed to help people recover from stressful or traumatic life events. It can help to reduce distress associated with painful memories. It is a recognised therapy by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). 

(EMDR Association UK, 2021)

I am an EMDR Europe Accredited Practitioner.

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Ring of Light Bulbs

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

"By correcting erroneous beliefs, we can lower excessive reactions"
- Aaron Beck

CBT focuses on the relationship between our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. CBT proposes that the way we think about ourselves, others and the world influences how we feel and behave.

It is a practical therapy that is designed to teach you a variety of techniques that will help you to change the way you think and behave to improve your well-being. You will be expected to practice these techniques between sessions.

CBT is a well known therapy with an impressive empirical research base. It has found to be effective for a range of difficulties, including anxiety, low-mood, trauma, phobias and obsessive compulsive disorder.

If you like structure, advice and practical tips, this may be the therapy for you.

Ducks Over the Lake

 Person Centred Therapy (PCT)

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.” 
― Carl R. Rogers

PCT is a non-directive therapy that focuses on what you want to discuss each session. This will help you to get in touch with your self-worth and inner values.

I will listen with empathy and curiosity to understand your experience from your point of view.

PCT was developed by Carl Rogers in the 1940s and since then it has been used to help people with a variety of difficulties. It is one of the recommended therapies for depression (The Matrix, 2015) and is widely used to help people with grief and stress.

If you like flexibility and the freedom to ​ explore your feelings, this may be the therapy for you.


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

“Despite everything you’ve tried over the years, isn’t it a fact that your mind still produces unpleasant pictures?” 
― Russ Harris

ACT is a third-wave cognitive behavoiural therapy that focuses on improving psychological flexibility. It will help you to accept the inherent difficulties that come with living a values consistent life. It is an innovative approach that combines mindfulness, acceptance and behaviour strategies.

It is an experiential therapy that is designed to help you get in touch with your inner experiences during the session.

ACT is routinely used for a wide range of difficulties. It is a popular therapy for people with chronic health problems, low-mood and anxiety difficulties.

If you like the idea of acceptance rather than change and appreciate an approach that will help you find direction and meaning in life, this could be the perfect match.

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