About my approach
Originally trained in Person Centred Therapy I am also trained in CBT, Process Experiential Therapy, Ego State Therapy, Mindfulness, Brainspotting, Focusing EMDR; Comprehensive Resource Model and Lifespan Integration . I am a member of Trauma Training in Scotland, a group of keen professional therapists striving for the best treatment of trauma survivors (whether a simple adult trauma or complex childhood trauma) and would consider myself a mature and experienced therapist.
Following a rigorous assessment of you, your problems, and what you need to get from therapy, we would decide between us how you would like to proceed. This way therapy is tailored to suit your individual needs, taking in mind your life difficulties, stability and resources. Working in a very focused way means that you get the most out of your time in therapy, whether that is short term (6-12 sessions), medium term (up to 30 sessions) or long term (open ended).
Working in a very focused way means that even short-term work can be very rewarding - the length of time you will be in therapy depends upon how severe the presenting issues are, how able and willing you are to look inside, and the pace at which you are comfortable working.
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