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THERAPY APPROACHES

Learn more about the types of therapies found in our sessions!

CBT Session

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

CBT is an extensively researched and evidence-based psychotherapy focusing on the interplay between thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. It emphasises that our interpretations of situations affect our feelings and actions. In CBT, you identify and challenge negative thought patterns contributing to emotional distress or unhelpful behaviours. Through collaborative exploration, you will develop alternative, balanced ways of thinking and responding to challenges. The goal of CBT is to empower you with practical skills to manage your symptoms, develop coping strategies, and achieve long-lasting improvements in your mental health and well-being.

DBT Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

DBT is an effective therapeutic approach originally designed for individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD) but proven beneficial for various emotional dysregulation conditions. DBT blends acceptance and change strategies, guiding you to validate emotions while fostering behavioural change. It offers a structured framework for addressing these challenges by teaching you specific skills to better manage your emotions, tolerate distress, communicate effectively, and navigate interpersonal relationships. The overall aim of DBT is to help you build a life worth living.

Schema Therapy

Schema Therapy

Schema therapy is a comprehensive therapeutic approach aimed at tackling chronic emotional and relational issues by addressing underlying causes. It acknowledges that early life experiences shape core beliefs and coping mechanisms, which can persist into adulthood. Through collaborative exploration, it seeks to uncover and restructure maladaptive patterns, fostering self-awareness and promoting adaptive coping strategies. By examining past experiences, you can gain deeper understanding into your thoughts and feelings, leading to a more fulfilling life.

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