Trauma can cause anxiety, panic and anger to be continually triggered in the present. EMDR creates connections between your brain’s memory networks, enabling your brain to process the traumatic memory in a natural way, using bi-lateral stimulation (integrating left and right brain activity).
A structured approach to helping people process traumatic life events. Takes account of background factors which impact the way trauma is processed. Focus on how trauma impacts the brain.
An integrative approach that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioral, experiential, interpersonal and psychoanalytic therapies into one model. Focus on life patterns and relational patterns.
A structured approach to understanding how thoughts, feelings, behaviour and physiology can interact in unhelpful ways, leading to difficulties with mental health.
An integrated therapy that draws from social, developmental, evolutionary and Buddhist psychology, and neuroscience. Focus on self-criticism, shame and working with inner conflict.
Based on the work of Carl Rodgers, this is a non-directive therapy. Focus is on core conditions of unconditional positive regard, empathic understanding and congruence between client and therapist.