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Our Therapists

Rebecca Aharon
Psychotherapist

Shalom Cousin
Psychotherapist

Nota Kreiman
EFT/NLP/Reiki

Yvonne Leigh
Counsellor

Evelyn Wells
Counsellor

Jenny Green
Counsellor

Harvey Goldberg
Counsellor

 

 

Our Therapies

 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

In Cognitive Behaviour Therapy the client takes an active part in attempting to understand his/her problem and shift the perception of it, which will ultimately result in changes of behaviour. The client is usually asked to keep a diary of the feelings he/she experiences during the week, so that they can be addressed in the following session. The goal is to teach the client to continually identify and evaluate problematic thoughts, beliefs and behaviours during and beyond the therapeutic contract.

Humanistic/Person-Centred Therapy

Person-centred therapists believe the clients to be the experts on their own life and to have the inherent ability to change their lives for the better (“actualising potential”). The person-centred therapist endeavours in a non-directive way to be empathic and congruent with the client and show unconditional positive regard.

Integrative Therapy

Integrative therapists believe that a single approach to therapy may not necessarily work for every client in every situation. They therefore integrate two or more approaches to counselling/psychotherapy.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

NLP connects neurological processes, language and behaviour patterns that have been learned through experience. It is a system of alternative therapy, which focuses on the clients’ self-awareness and effective communication, in order to change their patterns of mental and emotional behaviour.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy maintains that the client-therapist relationship reflects the client’s other relationships outside the therapeutic environment. The relationship is therefore the core of the psychodynamic technique.

In psychodynamic therapy the client is assisted to bring conflicting aspects of their unconscious self into awareness and through that over time to resolve aspects of tension.

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Briefly, working psychoanalytically means understanding the unconscious origins of one's present problems. This is often achieved by resolving past conflicts rooted in infancy, childhood and adolescence which are often re-experienced and repeated in our present lives (without even realising it!) It also involves being aware of one's very early emotional development, And one's early environment and experiences.

Thought Field Therapy (TFT)

TFT is accepted to benefit the following. Stopping smoking, nail biting, weight control, healthy eaters and fussy child eaters, phobias, compulsions, sleep problems, anxiety and many more.
TFT works by the client tapping in a specific manner, which removes the negative emotions attached to an event or situation.

 


 

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