DIFFERENT THERAPIES

Darlington Counselling & Psychotherapy Services

DIFFERENT THERAPIES
15th December 2017 
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Different Therapies.



The basis of my philosophy is the respect of the individual, in doing so, responding to the diversity sensitively and effectively. The following are Psychological approaches used by myself.

    These theories include:

  • Integrative Therapy
    This relational approach combines several theoretical models eg. Humanistic, Developmental & Analytical. In assessing which models are appropriate for the individual a therapist will use a combination of approaches to meet the individual needs. Genuineness, non judgemental attitudes and congruence are at the heart of all therapies.

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy(CBT)
    This process is achieved by helping the client to bring a change in both the emotional and behavioural aspects of their personality. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy enables the client to see the positive aspects of their lives enabling their self worth and self esteem to be developed.

  • Psychodynamic
    The psychodynamic approach to counselling is the bringing together of the cognitive, emotional and spirit of the individual.

  • Developmental Therapy
    Looks at the human being through the process of constant growth, through physical and psychological stages. Our environment creates many difficulties such as home life, work/family relationships or traumas all have an impact on the transitional stages of growth in our life.

  • Gestalt
    This approach considers the wholeness of the individual and enables them to recognise the possibility of their own potential.

  • Transactional Analysis
    This philosophy is based on the idea ‘People are OK’. People decide their own destiny, and learnt decisions in life can be changed.

  • Person Centred
    This approach provides an opportunity for the individual to grow at their own pace. The person is encouraged to take control of his or her life. Opportunities are explored for the individual to understand to grow and protect themselves in their daily life.