types of therapy


Brainspotting can help individuals process and release negative emotions and trauma. It involves identifying a "brainspot" or a specific point in the visual field that is related to the emotional or physical discomfort being experienced. By focusing on the brainspot, individuals can access deeper parts of the brain where trauma and negative emotions are stored. Read more about brainspotting here

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR can help individuals process and overcome trauma, anxiety, and other emotional issues. It involves guiding individuals to recall traumatic or disturbing events while simultaneously using eye movements, sounds, or taps to stimulate both hemispheres of the brain. This allows the brain to process the memory and associated emotions in a more adaptive way. Read more about EMDR here.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a type of therapy that focuses on changing the way people think and behave. It is a short-term, goal-oriented approach that is effective for a wide range of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and chronic pain.

Interpersonal Therapy

The main goal of IPT is to improve the quality of a client’s interpersonal relationships and social functioning. It is based on the belief that psychological symptoms can be exacerbated by difficulties in relationships and that improving communication and interpersonal functioning can lead to symptom relief. IPT may be used to address a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, and interpersonal conflicts. Read more about IPT here

Solution Focused Therapy

Solution-focused therapy is a short-term, goal-oriented approach to counseling that focuses on helping clients identify and achieve their desired outcomes. It is a strengths-based approach that emphasizes the client's resources and capabilities. Read more about Solution Focused Therapy here

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on helping individuals develop psychological flexibility by accepting and being present in the moment while committing to actions that align with their values. It is based on the idea that suffering is caused by attempts to avoid or control difficult thoughts, emotions, and experiences. Read more about ACT here

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy focuses on exploring unconscious thoughts and feelings that may be contributing to current problems or behaviors. It is based on the idea that early childhood experiences and relationships can shape one's personality and behavior in adulthood. The goal of psychodynamic therapy is to gain insight into underlying emotional and psychological conflicts and work through them in order to improve emotional regulation, self-awareness, and overall psychological functioning. Read more about psychodynamic therapy here

Family Therapy

Family therapy focuses on improving communication and resolving conflicts within a family system. It recognizes that individual problems are often connected to the larger family dynamic and aims to improve the overall health and functioning of the family unit. Family therapy can address a variety of issues, including behavioral problems in children, marital conflicts, and difficulties with parenting. It typically involves sessions with multiple family members present and may incorporate a range of therapeutic techniques and interventions to help families achieve their goals. Read more about family therapy here

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