Approach

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

May there be kindness in your gaze as you look within’ - John O’ Donohue Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidence-based approach to counselling which incorporates mindfulness and self-compassion as a means of embracing life with more flexibility and...

Somatic Approach​

Somatic Approach​

A somatic approach to counselling integrates the physical experience into the healing process and includes paying attention to the client’s mind, body, spirit, and emotions. It draws on current neurobiology around the brain and the central nervous system and has...

Experiential Approach

Experiential Approach

Experiential therapy holds that people will make positive changes and grow toward living their full potential when they have nurturing relationships in an atmosphere of acceptance.  It is based on the assumption that family problems are due to emotional oppression. ...

Narrative Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Narrative therapy is built on the premise that problems are maintained in language and the way we interpret them.  Language is understood to be socially constructed.  People measure life events against their beliefs and discard anything that is not consistent with...

Person-Centered Collaborative Approach

Person-Centered Collaborative Approach

The Collaborative Approach The collaborative approach holds to the belief that the therapist and client work together.  It is opposed to the directive approach to therapy and instead focuses on listening to the client and reflecting. Person-Centered Therapy...