treatment plans

six sessions-brief integrative counselling

After your initial consultation and assessment of your specific, individual needs, Brief Integrative counselling focuses on a singular issue. By necessity, there is “benign neglect” of other matters, concentrating on your immediate concerns and the issue that you feel is most problematic.  These sessions can be dynamic and comparatively direct and challenging in this form of treatment. Both you and I, are very aware that the work is time-limited and this creates an intense, problem-solving energy towards a specific goal. Towards the end of these sessions we can assess how you are progressing and whether further sessions or informal counselling sessions may be required. 

sixteen sessions-integrative counselling
This medium term treatment plan is suitable for people who seek help with several specific issues or identify with complex and overwhelming situations and want to go into some depth. These sessions offer an explorative and reflective time and space for you to address both the causes and symptoms of particular problems. Towards the end of these sessions we can assess how you are progressing and whether further sessions or informal counselling sessions may be required. 

sixteen sessions-integrative psychotherapy for depression and anxiety

These are time-limited and structured psychotherapy sessions,  for people struggling with anxiety or depression who want to change their current situation and outlook on life. In these sessions I aim to help you to understand the connection between any painful feelings you may have in your current experiences within your life and relationships, often tracing patterns back through to your childhood or formative experiences. Repeating patterns in your life and relationships are identified, discussed  and managed with my support, investigating ways to enable you to cope in the present and create resilience for yourself in the future.

open ended- integrative psychotherapy
Integrative  Psychotherapy is an in-depth treatment that can be particularly useful in helping people with recurring negative patterns, complex, destructive or debilitating problems. People may have a number of interconnected issues that require intensive attention. People experiencing a loss of meaning in their lives or seeking a greater sense of fulfilment may also find this reflective treatment helpful. Psychotherapy is usually a long- term commitment taking place over several months and in some cases, years.