A type of therapy which is client-centred and client-led that deals with the way clients percieve themself consciously and make sense of their inner and outer world. This allows clients to achieve greater independence so that they can go onto cope with their current and future problems and harnass the process of self healing.
A method of therapy used to analyse the social interactions of people which is used to determine the ego state as a basis for understanding behaviour. This involves exploring different personalities and how this has been shaped by childhood experiences. A versatile therapy that combines other models to promote growth and change to faciliate better communication.
A short-term goal focused approach to psychotherapy that combines principles of positive psychology and helps clients change by constructing solutions rather than focusing on problems. This involves having a vision of the future and exploring how internal abilities can be enhanced in order to attain the desired outcome.
Often referred to as life-span psychology that focuses on all areas of human change including physical, social, motivational, cognitive, intellectual, emotional, perceptual, and personality. A powerful therapy that can help clients make sense of how their early experiences affect their current life.