What is Integrative Therapy?
Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy is an approach that combines different therapeutic tools and methods to fit the needs of the individual client.
An integrative therapist, therefore, works with each client as a unique individual and helps to make a program of therapy that suits each client's personal needs and issues.
We focus on a person's cognitive, behavioural, spiritual, emotional, social and physiological aspects.
Our Integrated Approaches
Integrative counselors focus on what works and on why it works, to tailor the therapy to their clients, and not the client to the therapy.
By combining elements drawn from different schools of psychological theory and research, integrative therapy becomes a more flexible and inclusive approach to treatment than more traditional, singular forms of psychotherapy.
- Integrated approaches and modalities include:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Adlerian therapy
- Existential therapy
- Humanistic therapy
- Person-centred therapy
- Phenomenological therapy
- Psychodynamic psychotherapy
- Solution-focused therapy
- Transactional analysis
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Positive Psychotherapy
- Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT)
- Expressive Arts Therapy
- Internal Family Systems (IFS)
- Inner child
- Journal Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
- Mindfulness-Based Interventions
- Psychoanalysis / Modern Psychoanalysis
- Reality Therapy
- Schema Therapy
- Self-Relations Therapy
- And more